The addition of Kin and Corless represents company growth initiatives in key departments to meet the increasing demand for Centrisys/CNP decanter centrifuge manufacturing and advanced biosolids treatment solutions.
Centrisys/CNP, a North American manufacturer of decanter and thickening centrifuges and dewatering systems, has announced the hiring of two new team members to meet the growing demand for its progressive decanter centrifuge manufacturing services and advanced biosolids treatment solutions. Jeffrey Kin joins Centrisys/CNP as applications and project management director, and Steve Corless as electrical engineering director.
“Centrisys began over 35 years ago, and we’ve continued to drive the most innovative practices in decanter centrifuge development, maintenance, and repair, and advanced biosolids treatment solutions,” said Michael Kopper, president and CEO of Centrisys/CNP. “As a U.S.-based manufacturer, we’ve experienced considerable growth as demand for our services and technology has expanded in recent years. Jeffrey Kin and Steve Corless are exceptional additions to our team, and I know their leadership will be instrumental as we further expand services for our customers.”
Jeffrey brings experience in plant design and utility improvement for large manufacturing operations and project management proficiency for OEMs. In his new role as project and applications engineering director, Jeffrey leads a team managing bid quotes and the execution of contracts on new equipment purchases.
Steve’s specialty is large system and multi-machine integration with extensive engineering knowledge and hands-on experience in process controls. As electrical engineering director, Steve oversees Centrisys/CNP’s electrical department and is an integral part of the continuous advancement of equipment and service.
Both engineering veterans bring over 25 years of experience to their new roles with Centrisys/CNP.
In January 2022, Centrisys/CNP announced the USA company leadership completed the process of reacquiring complete ownership of the business following a previous joint venture, with sights set on further growth, product and technology advancements, and expanded service offerings in the years to come.