March 20, 2008 -- Vladimir Kozulin brings a broad background of technical support, troubleshooting and repairs, installation, project management, engineering and preventive maintenance skills to his new Field Service Engineer position at CC1. With over thirty years of experience working with mechanical and electronic control systems, including robotic, pneumatic and hydraulic systems, Vladimir has worked for Osram Sylvania, Label Tech, Inc. and Thompson Center Arms Co. in New Hampshire. Prior to moving to The United States in 1992, Vladimir held progressively responsible engineering positions at the Sverdlovsk Plant of Transport Machinery in Ekaterinburg, Russia, where he provided set-up and technical support of automatic production equipment, designed automatic control systems and supervised the operation, installation and development of plant production equipment.
As a Field Service Engineer, Vladimir will provide on-site technical support to CC1 customers, utilizing his electro-mechanical expertise to ensure smooth operations of CC1 register control equipment, both analog and digital, on customer presses. Vladimir will also be going through extensive training on the VME Platform where CC1 has many systems installed and requiring troubleshooting and service expertise.
Vice President of Operations, Robin Mills, reflects, "I am happy to have Vladimir join our team. I feel that he takes his work to heart and has a lot of pride in what he does. Having been from the Printing Industry through Label Tech, Vladimir already has an idea of how he will work as a Field Engineer. He recognizes the benefits of resolving issues quickly and accurately for an industry less patient with non-strategic downtime. Vladimir is a quick study and will be a natural to learn the electronics and application for our earlier Video Products and current Register Control Products."
We look forward to the coming months where Vladimir begins his challenge of customer support for CC1 Products.
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