Vector Controls and Automation Group is proud to announce the addition of Dan Hebert as Vice President of our Mechanical Solutions division and our newest manufacturing partner, SPX-Hankison.
Dan joins the Vector family with 27 years of Industrial Experience working his way up through the John H Carter organization and then the last 15 years with AWC in multiple roles including Division Manager from Texas to the West Coast for SPX Dryers and Hitachi Compressors. Dan’s extensive experience and relationship with SPX-Hankison made our newly established, exclusive partnership with them an easy decision to make. SPX-Hankison is a strong brand and a market share leader in the compressed air dryer business. We are confident in and excited to have Dan leading the charge for our Mechanical Solutions Division throughout the states of Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Kansas and Missouri.
SPX-Hankison is dedicated to supplying quality compressed air treatment products worldwide. The foundation that was laid at the company’s inception in 1948 has since been expanded to include several global manufacturing facilities on three continents and a state-of-the-art research and development framework within which products are conceived, designed, tested, and manufactured. Hankison participates in numerous trade memberships, has obtained global certifications for its major product lines, and has achieved ISO 9001 certification, the internationally recognized standard for quality assurance.
Hankison is recognized as the world leaders in their areas of expertise and offer the following:
- Complete in-house design and engineering capabilities
- Major components and systems are manufactured by Hankison to control quality, maximize value, enhance lead-times, and deliver superior performance.
- Multifaceted distribution channels that combine manufacturer representatives, independent distributors, private label arrangements, and direct factory sales.
- Advanced technology, product differentiation, custom engineering, pre and post sales support, training, reputation, and global capabilities.
- Organic and inorganic profitable growth strategies include new product development, new market development and, international expansion through joint ventures, strategic alliances, and effective marketing.