Blasch Precision Ceramics Announces New Hires
Blasch Precision Ceramics, Inc. recently announced that it has added three key employees. Heather Higgins is the company’s new customer service engineer and is responsible for domestic customer service, including processing and expediting orders, liaising with manufacturing and engineering on customers’ behalf, and streamlining processes within the company’s customer relationship management (CRM) system. She joins Blasch from MICROrganic Technologies, Inc., where she was responsible for overall project management, business development and market integration strategy. Higgins holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Nick Trotta, sales engineer, is responsible for sales growth in the industrial process heating, power generation, mining and molten metals industries. He will work closely with engineering and product development to innovate solutions to improve customers’ business performance. Trotta most recently worked at Bechtel Marine Propulsion Corp., where he was directly responsible for supporting system design, new construction and fleet operations of VIRGINIA Class submarines. He holds a master’s of engineering degree from Pennsylvania State University.
Dalton Divine, development engineer, is responsible for the development and commercialization of new materials and processes, initiating approaches and low-cost innovations to maintain technical leadership, and working closely with manufacturing and quality assurance to investigate and solve material/process-related issues. He graduated from Alfred University with a bachelor’s degree in ceramic engineering. In addition, Divine held internship and co-op positions with Ceralink and Alcoa, respectively.
“We are poised for significant growth with the addition of these three positions,” said Jack Parrish, president and chief operating officer. “We are looking forward to the contributions that these three individuals will make, as well as the expansion of capabilities that we now have.”
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