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Contact: Bob Wolff
The Drucker Group
Mueller rejoins Lavatec as VP of Engineering
Beacon Falls, CT – October 24, 2018 – Eric Mueller has returned to Lavatec Laundry Technology, Inc. as Vice President of Engineering. Based in Cincinnati, he reports to Lavatec’s President Mark Thrasher.
Mueller has over 25 years experience in the industry. Originally hired by Cintas Corp., he became Lavatec’s Director of Engineering in 2005. During his time at Lavatec, he was responsible for customer equipment needs. He also handled on-site assessments to determine system design and managed the installation and engineering of equipment drawings using AutoCAD.
Most recently Mueller served as Senior Corporate Sales Engineer with Kemco Systems. In that position, he developed layout drawings for equipment installation and scope of work to meet customers' needs. In addition to coordinating turnkey installation for all mechanical, electric and construction trades, Mueller oversaw system upgrades and the retooling of operating laundries and food processing facilities. He also worked with Kemco’s engineering department to improve system design.
"I am thrilled to be back at Lavatec," remarked Mueller. "When I left, they were manufacturing the lowest cost of ownership machine in the marketplace. This reputation continues with the added benefit of greatly enhanced controls. I look forward to contributing to the further refinement of our product line, as well as to improving internal efficiencies to provide greater focus on our customers."
About Lavatec Laundry Technology, Inc.
Delivering dependable commercial laundry equipment engineered for higher returns throughout their lifecycles has been the Lavatec Laundry Technology (LLT) mantra for nearly three decades. Some LLT-manufactured equipment has been on the job for more than a quarter century. A rarity among manufacturers of continuous tunnel washers, LLT offers center transfer, bottom transfer and double-drum construction options, plus a full range of readily integrated, end-to-end laundry system components: washer extractors, extraction presses, centrifuges, dryers, conveyor systems, pickers, feeders, ironers and folders. Simple design, durable construction, user-friendly operation and low maintenance are hallmarks of LLT machines. A global leader with equipment in laundry operations throughout Europe, the Far East, South and North America, in the United States alone, over 6,000 LLT machines are in place. For additional information, visit www.LLTusa.com.