Chelsea Building Products Hires TwoJuly 7th, 2014 by DWM Magazine
Chelsea Building Products Inc. made two new hires last week.
Tyler Skiba will join the company as the new process engineer. As part of Chelsea’s tooling department, Skiba will focus on the continued improvement of Chelsea’s PVC and composite PVC flow processing.
Of Skiba’s hiring, Byron Vrabel, senior tooling manager says, “Tyler will be an asset to the company with his research, mechanical and plastics engineering skills. His desire to learn and grow along with his ambitious attitude will lead him to excel and succeed here at Chelsea.”
Skiba is a recent graduate of Lehigh University where he obtained a Master of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering. He also holds a Bachelor of Science in Plastics Engineering Technology from Pennsylvania State University as well. He worked most recently at E-Vac Technologies as a Solidworks mechanical designer.
Matthew Coulson will join the research department as the research and development engineer specializing in proprietary PVC formulations.
Coulson has nearly 20 years of experience in chemical engineering and polymer science. Coulson holds a Master of Science Degree in Polymer Science. He also holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and a Bachelor of Engineering in Chemical Engineering.
Mark Ammer, director of operations and research/development for Chelsea says, “Matt brings a wealth of knowledge on polymers in industrial and commercial applications. He is a great fit in our organization as we are always looking to improve the properties and performance of our extrusion products.”