Nanmac Leads Customer Service Charge Increased Manufacturing Use of High Quality Temperature Sensors Prompts Industry Leader to Grow Customer Service

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Nanmac corporation hires three engineers for customer service, to augment its increased manufacturing production of temperature sensors, given high demand from industry worldwide.

Nanmac Corporation, leading supplier of thermocouples to industry since 1956, has hired three new engineers for its headquarters in Framingham, MA. This is in response to phenomenal growth in demand for its temperature sensing products from the manufacturing community in the Americas and beyond.

New hires include: Vin Davulis, sales engineer, holds a BS in mechanical engineering degree from Northeastern University, with significant experience in the aerospace and computer industries; C. Morgan "Skip" Bennett, Manufacturing Engineer, holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Northeastern University, and has worked for many leading companies including Parker Hannifin, Ingersol Rand, and Bayer. He has also worked with and taught several CAD programs; Brian Fleming, Design Engineer, holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from New England Institute of Technology (RI), and is skilled on AutoCAD, Inventor and Solidworks. He has experience working for Intel.

According to President Daniel Nanigian, "With more uniquely designed sensors, and the addition of several new manufacturing cells to accommodate our recent growth, we felt the need to follow suit in the area of technical support. In addition to our quality products, our clients have always relied on Nanmac to provide application and engineering support both before and after the sale. These fine people will help us better serve our growing customer base."

Nanmac is also planning to add new communications, co-generation and enhanced fabrication capabilities in the coming months, in order to meet surging demand.

About Nanmac
Nanmac designs and manufactures temperature sensors and related products and services to automotive, aerospace, defense, medical, plastics, energy and electronics companies in the U.S. and thirty other countries. Learn more at


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