Verton Australia Appoint Projects and Engineering Manager
Verton Australia, developers of lift orientation solutions, has announced the appointment of Patrick Taylor as its Projects and Engineering Manager. He joins Verton in Brisbane after working most recently for Queensland-based Race Mining and Practical Engineering Australia.
Verton Managing Director TrevorBourne said: “Patrick brings a unique and practical skillset to Verton and we look forward to his contribution to the company as we continue to see strong national and overseas interest in our remote-controlled load orientation Everest systems, which are designed to dramatically improve safety in crane operations.”
Patrick Taylor, who has more than 25 years’ experience in mechanical design engineering and as a service manager and technician, said he was excited by the opportunities with Verton.
“Verton has developed the Everest Series machines for all crane operations with a load-management system that eliminates the need for human held taglines, keeping people out of harm’s way,” he said.
“It is a fantastic opportunity to be part of an award-winning smart technology company with products attracting interest around the globe.”
Source Verton Australia
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