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Superior Industries adds Washing Team member

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Superior Industries Inc., a US based manufacturer and global supplier of bulk material processing and handling systems, has added Dan Bradford to its growing team of bulk handling and processing application specialists.

Bradford will serve as a washing process engineer alongside John Bennington, Superior’s director of washing and classifying equipment.

Bradford comes to Superior after two decades of work at Classification and Flotation Systems (CFS Inc.), which is based in Fenton, Michigan, US. CFS specialises in designing and manufacturing fines processing systems such as frac sand plants, cyclones, and density separators. At Superior, Dan will use his experience to provide solutions for customers’ wet processing needs, such as sizing, plant design, and commissioning.

Bradford’s responsibilities will include supporting the sales team, developing a wash plant’s process flow, as well as assisting on layout and quotations. He will also participate in research and development and handle on-site testing.

Read the article online at: https://www.drybulkmagazine.com/material-handling/04092017/superior-industries-adds-washing-team-member/

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