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Staffing changes at Lubing Systems

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Christopher Hawk was promoted to vice president at LUBING Systems. LUBING Systems

LUBING Systems, a manufacturer of poultry watering and egg conveying systems, recently announced two staffing changes.

Firstly, the company promoted Christopher Hawk to vice president.

Hawk is a University of Tennessee of Chattanooga graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering.


He’s been working in the engineering department and field technical services with LUBING since January 2016 and has been directly involved in the development of several new products.

Prior to his role in engineering, Hawk grew up working jobs in the LUBING factory and learning the company from the ground up.

“We are excited to have him in this new role and are looking forward to his future contributions to our industry,” the company said in a statement.

LUBING also promoted Dustin Hicks to the position of technical director.

Hicks has a history dating back to 1998 designing automated equipment for various industries.

“He brings a lot of technical experience, knowledge and a fresh perspective to our product offering,” the company said.

Hicks has been with LUBING since September 2008 and has helped develop new products and ideas for the poultry industry.

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