Central Florida adhesive and equipment manufacturer hires IT expert
Sanford, FL., September 29th, 2014 – Hernon Manufacturing, the innovator in adhesives, sealants and dispensing equipment is pleased to announce the hiring of Peter Ramos as System Administrator.
In his new role, Ramos is responsible for effective provisioning, installation, configuration, operation, and maintenance of systems hardware, software and related infrastructure. In addition, Ramos will also provide technical support to Hernon employees.
“Peter is an ideal fit for Hernon’s team. With his experience, he will be able to run the IT operations to prevent problems and improve systems’ performance, keeping Hernon’s network running efficiently and safely,” said Edgardo Rodriquez, Director of Sales and Marketing for Hernon Manufacturing.
Born and raised in Puerto Rico, Ramos moved to Florida four months ago. Formerly an IT Project Manager, with over 14 years of experiences managing complex technology operations and enterprises projects, Ramos was employed by retail industries in the Caribbean including Clorox and Ferrero.
“On an ongoing basis, I will be participating in technical research and development to enable continuing innovation within the infrastructure,” said Ramos. “I’m also finishing a Masters Degree in Project Management which is enabling me to better support company technological project issues in the initiation and planning phases of the companies standard project management methodology.”
Ramos will be focused on smoothing the transition of projects from development staff to production staff by performing operations activities within the project life-cycle.
In his down time, Ramos says,
“I love to do outdoor activities with my wife of 18 years and three kids, ages thirteen through sixteen.”
HERNON Manufacturing is proud to be an ISO-9001 and ITAR registered company whose products meet or exceed Mil-Specs.
• Awarded 2012 ThinkGlobal Exporter of the Year
• Nominated one of Florida's Top Companies to Watch in 2012
• Received the 2012 William C. Schwartz Industry Innovation Award
• Named 2013 State of Florida Small Business Exporter of the Year
• Recognized by Orlando Business Journal as a Fast 50 Company
Visit http://www.hernon.com or contact 407-322-4000 for more information.
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Wednesday, September 24, 2014
Hundreds of thousands of people worldwide attend the People’s Climate March
Cape Canaveral, Fl., September 24th, 2014 – Joining more than 400,000 people in midtown Manhattan alone, and hundreds of thousands worldwide, John Porter, Chief Executive Officer and Founder of Clean Footprint, attended the People’s Climate March on Sunday in New York City.
"Being part of the Climate March in NYC was invigorating! The huge turnout of very motivated people gives me hope that our political leaders will get the message and take some serious action. This might take the form of a carbon tax, permanent solar tax credits, removal of tax breaks for fossil fuels and someday the total phase out of the burning of fossil fuels. Hundreds of thousands of people turned out for the climate march which reminds me that the civil rights movement, clean water act and the clean air act all started with these types of marches," said Porter.
Dubbed on Twitter, #CLIMATE2014, activists mobilized in cities across the globe last Sunday to march against climate change. New York was host to one of the largest rallies.
As demonstrators made their way down Sixth Avenue during the People’s Climate March, Porter had this to say, ”This event, with over 2,700 venues in more than 150 countries is perhaps the largest climate change protest in history – and an important one. This summit is historic because the fight against climate change is about the people who are standing up in our communities to organize, to build power, and to shift power for the good of our planet.”
Around the world, celebrities, political leaders, and tens of thousands of people attended the marches against climate change. French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, primatologist Jane Goodall, former US Vice President Al Gore, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon participated in the People's Climate March in New York.
“Clean Footprint supports a clean energy economy that allows for clean air and water, a world safe from the ravages of climate change, and one that promotes good jobs and healthy communities,” added Porter.
About Clean FootprintClean Footprint works together with solar developers to bring solar PV projects to fruition that are reliable, cost effective, and sustainable. For more information, visit http://clean-footprint.com or phone (321) 613-4424.