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Butler Automatic has expanded its product development and marketing teams.
Dan Dalessio joined Butler May 21 as a product development engineer. He operates at Butler Automatic’s headquarters in Middleborough, Massachusetts. His responsibilities include designing Butler products to meet customer requirements and investigating product performance.
Dalessio’s engineering experience spans over 20 years across an array of industries. He also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
“Bringing Dan into our engineering team is driven by Butler Automatic’s focus on continuous product improvement and is also a reflection on the increasing number of packaging applications involving OEM equipment partners where our SP1’s must interface seamlessly,” says Butler CEO Chip Johns.
Amanda Estey became a marketing coordinator April 23. She is also based at Butler Automatic’s headquarters. Estey is responsible for growing Butler’s profile within the packaging industry and creating industry-specific marketing content. Estey has more than 10 years of marketing and communication experience, four of which have been within the packaging industry.
Estey has also worked in the technology, law enforcement and full service advertising industries. She holds a Master of Arts in media communication management from Webster University and received her Bachelor of Science degree from Bloomsburg University.
“Amanda’s digital marketing expertise and background in packaging equipment will raise the profile of Butler Automatic’s growth driven by our customers’ focus on overall equipment effectiveness of their flexible packaging lines,” says Phil Johnson, vice president of sales and marketing.
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