Nol-Tec Systems recently announced that Mike Weyandt will be stepping down as president and Todd Larson will become their new president and CEO.
Todd Initially worked at Nol-Tec Systems (NTS) from 1995-2006 as an electrical controls engineer and later as a project manager. In 2006 he joined the Minneapolis office of Amec Foster Wheeler (AFW) where he most recently held the position of director of operations.
Mike Weyandt says that he couldn’t be more excited to hand the baton to someone as qualified as Larson. “[He] brings to Nol-Tec Systems a unique combination of experience and knowledge of both the inner working of the company and that of the general process industry at large,” Weyandt, now vice president of NTS, said in a statement. “His pragmatic approach to potential opportunities and problem solving will help ensure growth into the future.”
While Larson has been away from Nol-Tec for 12 years, he comes back still passionate about the initial mission and vision developed by Phil Nolan, founder of NTS. Todd plans to reinvigorate Nol-Tec with these values as he drives the company forward:
"For 35 years Nol-Tec’s differentiator has been our customer centric focus and our employees with their experience and knowledge. The company was founded on a set of core principles that empowered employees to provide value add solutions while standing behind our work. I am excited to vest time and energy back to our employees driving engagement and celebrating our solutions orientated approach with each and every client exchange."
Nol-Tec Systems, inc. is an engineering firm that designs pneumatic conveying equipment for bulk material handling.