Lavatec hires Jarin Speck for parts department

Feb. 13, 2014

BEACON FALLS, Conn. — Speck will be responsible for meeting deadlines and shipping products to customers.

BEACON FALLS, Conn. — Lavatec Laundry Technology (LLT) has recently hired Jarin Speck to bolster support in the parts department, according to a press release.

Speck will help the company keep up with demand and provide proper service to customers, noted the release.

Speck has 10 years of experience working in shipping and warehouse environments in Connecticut and the Carolinas, the release reported, and has knowledge of quality assurance, installation and inventory control procedures.

According to the release, Speck will be responsible for meeting deadlines and working with transportation companies to ship products to customers at LLT.

“Our business continues to build momentum and we need to deliver exemplary services to our customers in a swift and timely manner,” commented Tom Washbrook, vice president of operations for LLT.  “Jarin has a history of working with people and getting things done successfully on the back end of operations.  Since he’s joined our company, he has helped in the process of responding quickly to our customers.”

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