READING, PA -- (Marketwire) -- 01/10/13 -- Quadrant Engineering Plastic Products, the global leader of machinable plastics, announced it has hired Mr. Dana Scott for the position of National Sales Manager of Specialty Components.
Mr. Scott is no stranger to Quadrant's vast range of innovative plastics. With his experience supporting the company for six years as Quadrant's Business Development Engineer, three of those years as a Territorial Manager, Mr. Scott is well qualified to attest: "Quadrant is second to none. The devotion to quality goes beyond just materials -- it's also evident in the quality of every person working here. We are at our best working as a team and come together in solving the complex needs of our customers with fresh new ideas and material innovations. To me, at Quadrant we're much more than a plastics manufacturer, we are solution providers." In his new role, Mr. Scott will bring an extensive engineering background to help grow Quadrant's Specialty Components Group. Mr. Scott plans on leveraging his expertise by forging and fostering relationships with sales teams and distributors in alternative energy, pharmaceuticals, oil and drilling, transportation, and the medical industry. His education in Mechanical Engineering from the New England Institute of Technology, years of experience, and superior ability in communicating across multiple industries and material applications makes Mr. Scott well prepared to handle the challenge of continuing to grow the diverse portfolio of Quadrant's Specialty Components Group. He adds, "The challenge is what captivates me."
Quadrant continues to strengthen its team of over 2,000 employees in 20 countries with the addition of Mr. Scott, once again proving there is "Simply No Substitute" for Quadrant Engineering Plastic Products.
About Quadrant Engineering Plastic Products:
For over 70 years, Quadrant Engineering Plastic Products (EPP) has been proving there is simply no substitute for quality, innovation and distinction. Quadrant EPP is the global leader of high-performance engineering plastics that are used for machined parts in food processing and packaging, semiconductor manufacturing, aerospace, electronics, chemical processing, life sciences, power generation and diverse industrial equipment. Its superior products range from UHMW polyethylene, nylon and acetal to ultra-high performance polymers that resist temperatures to over 800 degrees F (425 degrees C).
With a rich history as a company who pioneered machinable plastics, Quadrant is backed by a global team of application development and technical service engineers who specialize in evaluating designs and machining parts. Products and services are available through a worldwide network of branch offices, technical support centers and authorized dealers. Learn more about Quadrant at www.quadrantplastics.com. Use the Industry or Product Finders to access specific information, specs and applications. Connect with Quadrant, "quadrantepp" on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter.
Registered trademarks of the Quadrant group of companies: Acetron®, CleanStat®, Duraspin®, Duratron®, Erta®, Ertalyte®, Ertalene®, Ertalon®, Extreme Materials®, Fluorosint®, Ketron®, MC®, Monocast®, Nylatron®, Nylasteel®, Polypenco®, Proteus®, Sanalite®, Semitron®, Techtron®, TIVAR® and Vibratuf®.
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