The food and beverage industry is facing new challenges, including increased regulations and restrictions and the unprecedented impact of a global pandemic. But we’ve also got new technologies to help us increase the safety and sanitation of our plants and protect the food supply chain. In this webinar, we’ll examine how incorporating hygienic design principles in food processing plants could be a complete game changer.
Global Key Account Manager
Stan Vanlandingham is a Global Key Account Manager at Rittal Corporation where he oversees strategic customers with business in the oil & gas and food & beverage industries. Stan joined Rittal in the fall of 2012 and has worked in multiple roles, starting as a Regional Territory Manager covering Florida and Puerto Rico. His career have been mostly in factory automation leading up to his time with Rittal. Stan attended Kent State University in Industrial Design.
Steve Sullivan is a Training Supervisor at Rittal Corporation where he oversees instructor-led, computer and web-based learning and development. Steve joined Rittal in the fall of 1995 and has worn multiple hats, working in production control and tradeshow management, in addition to conducting sales training for both the industrial and IT business divisions of Rittal both in the US and abroad. Steve’s many accomplishments in his 20+ years include the creation of Rittal University Online and being the North American contact for Rittal’s Global Trainer Network. Steve holds his Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Wright State University and a Master of Business Administration from University of Phoenix.