Haver & Boecker, a leading equipment manufacturer and solutions provider in aggregates and mining applications, has hired Sydney Page as a technical applications specialist. Page helps processing customers increase efficiencies, productivity and ROI by working closely with Haver & Boecker engineers to create custom solutions.
She connected with the company during Haver & Boecker’s University Mining Seminar, which the manufacturer offered through a partnership with the University of Toronto's Lassonde Mineral Engineering programme.
“The seminar gives students a firsthand look at what a career path in this industry involves,” said Karen Thompson, Haver & Boecker Canada President. “We are fortunate to have these opportunities to connect with talented, young professionals like Sydney. Her ability to quickly recognise customer needs makes her a great fit for Haver & Boecker.”
As a technical application specialist, Page is dedicated to thorough communication and visits customer operations to discuss challenges directly. She uses Haver & Boecker’s signature NIAflow plant simulation software to identify potential inefficiencies and offer solutions to increase productivity.
“Each operation is unique and has its own challenges to be solved,” Page said. “I am passionate about collaborating with customers to solve those challenges so operations can become more profitable.”
Page graduated with honours from the University of Toronto where she earned her Bachelor of Applied Science degree in the Lassonde Mineral Engineering programme. Her coursework prepared her with a wide breadth of mining industry knowledge.
Haver & Boecker’s University Mining Seminar provides students with an opportunity to reinforce skills learned in the classroom in addition to screening basics, screen sizing, mechanical performance, pulse vibration analysis and more. Haver & Boecker is open to hosting the seminar for other schools, as well.
Read the article online at: https://www.globalminingreview.com/finance-business/07062018/technical-application-specialist-appointed-at-haver-boecker/
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