Harris Waste Management Group.
Kenneth Booth, project manager/ Hydraulic Shear & Balers, employed with Harris for 39 years, has the added responsibility of group administrator for the ferrous and TransPak lines of equipment. Booth's experience lies with heavy hydraulics machine design and as the project manager for the 2,200-ton cutting force shears and six portable balers made for the U.S. Defense Nuclear Agency. He has completed more than 100 shear and baler projects installed in more than 15 countries.
Don Barnes, project manager/Special Product Mosley, will assume additional duties as group administrator for the horizontal and two-ram lines of equipment. Barnes has 24 years of experience with Harris as a designer and hydraulic engineer.
"Both Kenny and Don have demonstrated the leadership qualities necessary to handle the additional responsibilities in an efficient and effective manner" says Henry Jobe, director of Engineering and Technical Resources.
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|Date:||Feb 1, 2004|
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