Press Release

Eastern Controls On TV

EDGEMONT, PA – On Thursday, May 11, 2017, NBC10 visited Eastern Controls, Inc. (ECI) to film a special television segment focusing on ECI’s training program and working relationship with Delaware County Community College (DCCC).

Representatives from ECI and DCCC, including ECI President, Cliff McLaughlin Jr., were present to shed light on how ECI’s workforce development program expertly utilizes the PTU® (Process Training Unit) to give DCCC students the hands-on training that they would not receive in a classroom. The program also provides support for engineering and maintenance professionals working in the field.

ECI’s training consists of multiple courses focusing on control valves, instrumentation, and more. To learn more about ECI’s workforce development program, visit the training page on ECI’s website at http://www.easterncontrols.net/training-capabilities/, or contact ECI’s Manager of Administrative Services, Brenda Luoma, at brenda.luoma@easterncontrols.com.

About Eastern Controls:

Since 1969, Eastern Controls has been the Mid-Atlantic’s premier manufacturers’ representative, distributor, and service provider of process measurement and control equipment. Our expertise covers all primary process variable measurements including flow, pressure, level, temperature and liquid analytical as well as gas detection, control valve, and isolation valve applications.

The foundation of our success is our dedication to customer service, extensive product offerings, and our outstanding sales, technical, and applications support.  We look forward to working with you!

 

Eastern Controls Communications Contact

Evan Ludwig

Communications Specialist

484-420-2634

evan.ludwig@easterncontrols.com

 

Eastern Controls’ Website

www.easterncontrols.com

 

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