Edward Robertson Named Engineering Director At ORBA Corporation

ORBA Corporation has announced that Edward R. Robertson has been promoted to the position of director of engineering and construction. In his new position, Mr. Robertson will be responsible for ORBA's engineering and construction activities.

Mr. Robertson has a B.S. degree in civil engineering from Carnegie-Mellon University, and attended the University of Rochester.

He is a licensed professional engineer in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, American Society of Testing and Materials, and National Society of Professional Engineers.

Mr. Robertson has over 20 years' experience in the materials handling and consulting engineering fields, and has held positions such as project manager, senior project manager, chief engineer, manager of systems construction, as well as being executive vice president of Pandullo, Chrisbacher & Associates.

ORBA is an international firm which specializes in the design, engineering, construction and operation of dry bulk handling systems.

The Superior Midwest Energy Coal Terminal, designed, built and operated by ORBA, was selected by the American Society of Civil Engineers as the Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement of 1977, and by the National Society of Professional Engineers as one of the Ten Outstanding Engineering Achievements in the United States in 1976.

ORBA's world headquarters are at One Gothic Plaza, Fairfield, N.J. ORBA is a unit of AMCA International Corporation of Hanover, N.H., a diversified corporation, with major activities in energy, engineering, construction and manufacturing.

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