Lavatec hires Franklin Frances as field service technician

Dec. 17, 2013

BEACON FALLS, Conn. — Frances came to Lavatec from Ward Leonard Electronics.

BEACON FALLS, Conn. — Lavatec Laundry Technology is expanding its service department with the hire of Franklin Frances, according to a press release.

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Frances has joined Lavatec as a field service technician with several years of manufacturing experience, the release noted.

Frances was previously an assembly and field service technician at Ward Leonard Electronics, reported the release.

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“As an industry leader, we have made a substantial commitment to adding to our workforce and providing greater customer assistance,” said Tom Washbrook, vice president of operations for LLT.  “Franklin represents new blood that not only is good for Lavetec Laundry Technology but for the industry as well.  He’s energetic, has a can-do attitude and we’re glad to have him join our team.”

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