Paul Benda on the New Air Brake Compressor Line

February 1, 2017 in Blog

Describe your role at TCCI?
I am a design engineer. My focus is to combine my knowledge of design, engineering and manufacturing processes to continuously improve existing products and develop new product lines. I work directly with customers and our application engineering team to identify specific customer needs to advance new programs and improve product applications. What makes us unique is our design thinking philosophy to innovate in partnership with our customers and create real value solutions not one size fits all for them

What’s been your best experience working for TCCI?
Helping advance the air brake compressor line has been a rewarding experience. I have been able to build my knowledge on the design and engineering of our new air brake compressors.

What opportunities do you see at TCCI?
Through my continuous customer engagement across all our product lines I see growth opportunities in our value added processes. These process improvements are designed to capitalize on our engineering and compressor technology expertise in order to maximize product quality and performance while driving the overall costs to the customer down.

How have your experiences/knowledge from past roles shaped your experience in your current role?
I have worked as both a design engineer and IT administrator—making it easy to organize and implement software packages to improve communication between locations. I also have experience unifying parts across product lines. We are always working to improve in terms of common parts—which lowers product costs for customers.


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