Apache Announces New Hires to Ramp Up for ASME Tank Production Growth

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Apache Stainless Equipment Corporation, a manufacturer of tanks, vessels and food manufacturing equipment for industrial companies, hires specialists to prepare for growth in vessel and food processing equipment manufacturing.

We are confident that their background will help drive efficiencies, innovation and good customer service.

Jesse Peterson, Apache’s Director of Materials and Scheduling will be working to make Apache’s material and production planning processes smarter and more efficient. Jesse comes to Apache from Rockwell Automation, a manufacturer of industrial automation and information products, where he worked as a logistics analyst. At Apache, his top initiatives include working with suppliers on timelines and purchasing agreements to meet Apache’s delivery and quality requirements, and optimizing business tools to drive throughput through the efficient use of resources.

Andy Piotrzkowski recently accepted the Manufacturing Engineer position at Apache. Andy will be focusing on creating efficiencies and quality control around productivity tasks. He will be collaborating with everyone from engineering through production. In addition to experience as a Manufacturing Engineer, Andy also has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and Manufacturing Technology Management with a Minor in Metals Processing Technology.

“Apache is fortunate to hire these individuals,” says Pam Korth, Human Resources Manager. “We are confident that their background will help drive efficiencies, innovation and good customer service.”

T.J. Anderson, F.E., has a Bachelor’s in Material Science and a Masters in Business Administration. He has significant experience in R&D and prototyping for manufacturing processes. His time at NASA provided him with experience in pressure systems and ASME training. T.J. works as a project engineer and will be working on process engineering projects in the future.

Eric Hoffmann has joined Apache’s estimating department. He studied at Madison College in Engineering and Architecture. Eric has a highly technical engineering background, having worked in the pharmaceutical and food processing equipment industry in estimating, sales, engineering and design roles. Eric will serve as an estimator for Apache’s Mepaco Food Processing Equipment group, Large and Small Tanks, and the Carbon Steel Tank and Equipment group in Plover, Wisconsin.

Apache Stainless Equipment Corporation located in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, engineers and manufactures pressure vessels, dryers, evaporators, holding tanks and mixing vessels with heat exchange surfaces. Apache works with stainless, AL6XN, Hastelloy and other high alloy materials.

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