D'Elia joins Slingmax

18 September 2014

Greg D'Elia, left, is welcomed to Slingmax in the USA as engineering manager by Scott St. Germain, C

Greg D'Elia, left, is welcomed to Slingmax in the USA as engineering manager by Scott St. Germain, CEO

At Slingmax in the USA Gregory D’Elia has joined the sling company as engineering manager. D’Elia holds a degree in mechanical engineering from Penn State University and has nine years of cordage industry experience, working with high strength aramid and HMPE (high molecular weight polyethylene) fibres. A recent project was his designs for the high performance fibre guy ropes used to hold the spire in place at the One World Trade Center building in New York.

Scott St. Germain, Slingmax CEO, said, “We were searching for an experienced engineer to enhance our industry leading innovations. Greg will use his proven skills and experience to improve our product designs, develop new product applications and also provide support for our dealers.”

Latest News
CSCEC-built spiral tunnel officially recognised as world’s longest
A spiral tunnel in China, built by Chinese construction giant China State Construction (CSCEC), has been recognised as the world’s longest
Consortium wins €302m deal to build Swiss railway plant
A consortium led by Swiss construction company CSC Costruzioni has won a contract worth €302 million (US$327 million) to build a new railway plant in Switzerland
Epiroc to acquire French attachments manufacturer
Swedish OEM continues massive attachments expansion following Stanley acquisition