GLEASON, WI (PRWEB) February 01, 2013
Critical Path Management LLC (CPM), provider of process consulting and construction management services for the ethanol and process industry, recently welcomed Peter Schrandt to the CPM team. Schrandt’s responsibilities will be as project manager for the full range of CPM clients and services with his initial focus directed towards business development initiatives with Arisdyne Systems, Inc.’s controlled flow cavitation (CFCTM) technology.
“We’re pleased to have the talent of Pete Schrandt on our team,” said Bob Shank, Vice President of CPM. “Pete’s knowledge of ethanol plant management, along with his experience in designing and assembling systems, will offer extensive help and specific solutions to better serve all of our customers’ needs.”
Critical Path Management has been working with Arisdyne Systems since 2009, introducing their clients to controlled flow cavitation systems for enhanced ethanol yield.
“As the ethanol industry continues to focus increasingly on the enhancement of plant performance, including ethanol yield and production efficiency, Schrandt adds a new level of expertise to Bob Shank’s team at CPM,” said Fred Clarke, Executive Vice President of Arisdyne Systems, Inc. “His early assessment of Arisdyne’s CFCTM technology and the introduction of it to his business associates reflect his confidence in the value of the technology.”
Schrandt brings extensive experience in the ethanol industry. He has worked at several ethanol plants including Didion Ethanol and United Wisconsin Grain Producers. During the course of his career, Schrandt has worked as production foreman, senior project engineer, plant manager, fermentation supervisor, and process improvement manager, among others. Most recently, he was a technical sales representative for CTE Global, Inc., which provided him the opportunity to develop solid business relationships with several ethanol plants throughout the Midwest.
About Critical Path Management
Critical Path Management LLC, a provider of process consulting and construction management services, has experience in ethanol, oil seed crush plants, grain handling facilities, flour milling, corn milling, biodiesel and numerous other types of agricultural processing plants. CPM believes experience is measured by more than just past successes, but by how the company performs today, tomorrow and the next day to make each client’s project a success. As a team of specialized professionals with offices in St. George, Utah, and Gleason, Wisconsin, Critical Path Management is prepared to serve clients’ needs from initial budget development through final project occupancy. For more information about Critical Path Management contact Bob Shank at (715) 218-3979 or Kim Buchanan at (435) 668-2308, or visit the company website at http://www.cpmcm.com.
About Arisdyne Systems, Inc.
Arisdyne Systems, Inc. is the innovative provider of retrofit equipment and value-creating services for fuel ethanol, biodiesel, vegetable oil degumming, and biogas producers. Arisdyne specializes in designing small footprint devices utilizing patented controlled flow, hydrodynamic cavitation and applying its cavitation technology to increase yield for ethanol and biogas production, to reduce catalyst consumption and improve yield for biodiesel production, and vegetable oil degumming . For more information, call 216-458-1991, ext. 482 or visit the company website at http://www.arisdyne.com.