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Two new hires for TOMRA


Sean Hyacinth

SHELTON, Conn. – Sean Hyacinth has been added as a field service engineer for TOMRA optical sorting equipment, and Kevin Javier Montalvo assumes the newly created position of customer project manager, recycling. Both team members will work directly with TOMRA dealers and customers on equipment service and project management throughout North America.  

“The demands of the recycling industry today are such that sorting equipment manufacturers must provide customers the right sorting solutions, ensure seamless equipment integration and installation, and deliver superior support after the sale, so the equipment delivers optimum throughput throughout its service life,” csaid Carlos Manchado Atienza, regional director Americas for TOMRA Sorting Recycling.

“The experience and enthusiasm Sean and Kevin bring to the TOMRA team serve to strengthen our commitment to customers and the success of their businesses.”  

Hyacinth brings to TOMRA more 20 years of field service and management experience. He has travelled globally, providing equipment installation, maintenance and repair services throughout his long career. He has also helped customers through providing remote diagnostics support to quickly address service issues. Most recently, Hyacinth served as a field service engineer for a pharmacy solutions provider, where he travelled to customer facilities to install packaging equipment and provide service support.  

Kevin Montalvo

Montalvo’s background includes working with several companies to bridge the connection between company representatives and customers and ensure clear project communication, so desired results are achieved. Montalvo previously worked in the quality department for a global infrastructure developer, where he managed weekly meetings with the customer on a $750 million highway project. He has earned his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering with related work in construction engineering and structural analysis.  

Both Hyacinth and Montalvo will work from field-based offices.


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