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Reading Bakery Systems Hires Daniel Garrison as Project Manager

Reading Bakery Systems Hires Daniel Garrison as Project Manager

Reading Bakery Systems has announced the hiring of Daniel Garrison as Project Manager for the parts department. In his new role, Daniel will oversee all project-level orders, and serve as customer liaison and supervisor on retrofit, upgrade, and design projects.

“We’re pleased to have Daniel join our project management team. His vast experience with food and beverage capital projects will be a valuable resource for our customers to properly operate, maintain, or enhance their baking systems. We are excited to welcome him to the RBS team.” said Mike Johnson, Vice President of Thomas L. Green, RBS.

Garrison, who previously worked for The Boston Beer Company and Nestle since 2009 in various project lead and engineering capacities, holds a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from Purdue University.

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