Sweet Manufacturing hires new engineering manager
Feb. 28, 2011
by World Grain Staff
SPRINGFIELD, OHIO, U.S. — Sweet Manufacturing Company announced on Feb. 23 that Roy Mead, professional engineer (PE), has joined the company as the engineering manager. Mead brings a vast engineering background, which includes structural design, machine design, electrical controls, and robotics. Mead will be responsible for leading the Sweet Engineering team, and he will also work closely with both internal and external customers to provide appropriate equipment and project design and layout recommendations that will ultimately satisfy customer material handling requirements.
Mead has an extensive background in engineering having previously served as a project engineer, senior engineer and company chief engineer. His previous experience includes design and development of material handling, conveying and lifting equipment utilized in other industries including the machine tooling sector. Mead has also received multiple design patents.
Mead obtained his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering degree from the University of Dayton in Ohio. He also has a PE Certification from the State of Ohio.
Sweet said Mead’s previous experience coupled with his education and professional certification will be extremely beneficial to the company as it continues to work toward accomplishing its goals and mission: “To provide innovative quality solutions that create an extraordinary customer experience.”