Raydan Manufacturing appoints new chief engineer

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EDMONTON, Alta. — Raydan Manufacturing has appointed Patrick Schryver as its new chief engineer.

Schryver will be taking over the role Apr. 20, heading Raydan’s growing engineering department and overseeing all product design and modification.

"We are delighted that Mr. Schryver has accepted this appointment," said Raydan president and CEO, Ray English. "Pat has been with the company for almost three years, and during that time he developed the Air Link for tandem steer, and worked with a team to ensure the company’s conformation to Canada’s National Safety Mark (NSM) standards."

Schryver brings more than 20 years of product design, management and ISO documentation and procedures experience to the table, the company says.

"Pat’s a valuable asset to our company, and brings a wealth of knowledge and leadership experience to this key position," English added. "We have every confidence in his ability to head our growing engineering department."

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