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NEAL SYSTEMS IS PLEASED TO WELCOME BRIAN WEISCHEDEL

January 14, 2019 | Company News

Neal Systems is pleased to welcome Brian Weischedel, formerly of East Penn Manufacturing. Brian has spent the last 30 years in process control instrumentation and automation in the manufacturing field with a background in programmable logic controllers, variable-frequency drives, SCADA, Life Sciences validation work, hydraulics, pneumatics, and enclosure building. He brings to the job wide and deep expertise and experience, skilled problem-solving, persistence, and attention to detail that make him a great addition to the Neal Systems Services Team.



NSI PARTNERS WITH SPIRAX SARCO

November 28, 2018 | Company News

Neal Systems is pleased to announce its new partnership with Spirax Sarco, one of the most recognized control valve companies in the world. We already provide superior pressure, flow, level, and temperature solutions from Schneider Electric (Foxboro and Eurotherm) for customers doing flow control of steam and process applications. We are excited to marry our existing mastery of those solutions with the expertise and products of the Spirax team. Why did we choose Spirax Sarco? Besides the powerful Spirax Sarco name, they recently made a unique change as to how they provide control valves. They listened to what customers really wanted. The answer wasn’t any special technology — they instead recognized that because of the speed and simplicity of Amazon, customers expect (and need) valve deliveries to be fast. As a result, they have totally revamped their methods and processes so that they now ship out 90%+ of their valves within four days. FOUR DAYS. That’s amazing, since valve shipments are often measured in months. We’d like the chance to earn your business. Please give us a call to take a test drive with the Neal Systems team, powered by Schneider Electric and Spirax Sarco.

 

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NEAL ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT OF KEN TAYLOR

October 3, 2018 | Company News

Ken Taylor
Ken Taylor
Cell 215-498-6980
KTaylor@nealsystems.com
Neal Systems is announcing the retirement of Ken Taylor who will be departing at the end of this year. He leaves behind a 23-year legacy of exceptional industrial engineering service to the Greater Philadelphia area. Ken has provided project management and instrumentation control expertise to long-term industry partners over the last two decades. James Regar, who joined Ken in November of 2016, will serve as the new Territory Manager for the Philadelphia Metro area, Southern New Jersey, & Delaware.

 

James joined Neal Systems after > 5 years of service as a Nuclear Engineering Officer in the US Navy. He served aboard the aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman where he was responsible for the safe operation, maintenance, and repair of vital reactor plant systems and support equipment. He has a B.S. in Physics and B.A. in Mathematics and is currently pursuing a Masters in Engineering Management. His strong background in industrial instrumentation and control systems has made him a great addition to our team.
James Regar
James Regar
Cell 215-262-7365
JRegar@nealsystems.com


AQUAMONIX ACQUIRES ELPRO TECHNOLOGIES FROM EATON

July 11, 2018 | Company News

Australia-based Aquamonix has announced its acquisition of ELPRO Technologies from Eaton. For 35 years, ELPRO’s wireless and I/O products have been world-renowned, providing wireless monitoring and control solutions for mission-critical assets in often the most remote locations. Aquamonix focuses on the measurement, monitoring and mastery of water assets. Neal Systems has represented ELPRO for almost ten years in New York Metro, New Jersey, Delaware, eastern Pennsylvania, and Maryland, providing customers with integrated modem solutions for measurement and control application needs.



NEAL SYSTEMS HIRES ROSA BROTHMAN TO CUSTOMER MANAGEMENT TEAM

May 15, 2018 | Company News

Neal Systems is pleased to announce the hiring of Rosa Brothman as a member of our customer management team. A graduate of Millersville University of Pennsylvania with a major in meteorology and a minor in physics, she will serve as Neal Systems’ engineering services manager.​ Rosa has interned for NASA in the area of air quality and maintained a graduate research assistantship with the FAA in the area of drone positioning. She brings to her job a technical aptitude, communication skills, and a strong customer service orientation that will greatly benefit Neal Systems’ customers.