PRAB Adds New Hires and Begins Work with a New Company to Meet Industry Demand

PRAB Inc. continues its corporate growth into 2014 with the addition of application engineer, Clark Wright.

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PRAB Inc. continues its corporate growth into this year with the addition of application engineer, Clark Wright. Starting in 2012 and continuing throughout 2013, PRAB has increased its workforce by hiring additional engineers, CAD designers, skilled trades and field technicians. This steady growth increased PRAB’s ability to be more responsive to customers’ needs and to help them reach their production goals.

Mr. Wright is a graduate of Ferris State University with degrees in product design and mechanical engineering. Mr. Wright's primary responsibility will be using his years of experience in AutoCAD to design optimum chip processing system layouts. 

PRAB has also experienced an increase in demand from Canadian machine shops, tiered suppliers and metalforming companies over the last 18 months. The company expects the growth to continue this year. To support new and existing equipment installations with qualified support, PRAB has hired RGW Sales, an industrial equipment technical representative. Robert Webb, president of RGW, started the business in 2009 to help Canadian companies and OEMs gain a competitive advantage through increased productivity and cost reduction. Webb brings more than 30 years of experience in technical sales and services to PRAB customers.