COLVILLE, Wash. — Garment finishing equipment manufacturer Colmac Industries recently welcomed two new employees and announced that it has named a Connecticut company as a “Master Distributor.”
Joining the Colmac Engineering Department is Reg Davenport. He earned a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Washington State University and has a Professional Engineering License from Washington state.
He brings work experience in design, quality engineering, combustion research and development, control integration and structural engineering, Colmac says.
Phyllis Eveland is Colmac’s new office coordinator. She has a bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Eastern Washington University, and has worked professionally as an office administrator her entire career.
D&S Exports, Norwalk, Conn., is now a “Master Distributor” for Colmac, the company reports.
“D&S Exports has an extensive network of contacts throughout the Middle East, Asia, and Australia,” Colmac says. “D&S is committed to markets abroad with offices in Kuala Lumpur, Beirut, Jakarta, and Beijing. Their staff is well versed with local markets, customs, and languages. D&S Exports’ extensive network will further maintain and expand Colmac’s global reach.”
Besides garment finishing equipment, Colmac Industries also makes automated soil sorting and counting equipment for laundry applications and heat pump water heaters for commercial and industrial applications.