About Process Control Corporation
Since 1967, Process Control Corporation has supplied manufacturers and businesses with high quality auxiliary plastics processing equipment. This includes gravimetric continuous and batch blenders, mono- and co- extrusion control automation, thin film scrap automatic recycling innovations, resin material handling and drying equipment, and remote monitoring/SCADA integration systems. We have an unending commitment to the design and engineering of advanced auxiliary machinery for the plastics processing industry. Our goal is to provide the most accurate equipment and exceptional customer service. For over 50 years, Process Control has led and continues to lead the industry with advanced designs and innovative solutions for the global marketplace.
We continue to set the industry standard with our Guardian® Series 2 product line; our high precision gravimetric weigh scale type batch blenders. Designed to provide precision batch-to-batch dispensing and consistent homogenous blending in each and every batch, these blenders do not average dispensed ingredient weights over multiple batches, as is common with other batch blenders in the industry. Guardian® Series 2 standard features include an easy to use color touchscreen operator interface, an off-the-shelf industrial controller with Ethernet remote communications capabilities, high accuracy pulsing V-gate dispensing, a “No Dead Zone” mixing chamber, and numerous ease-of-cleanout features for quick product and/or ingredient changeovers.
Our in-line, thin film Automatic Scrap Recycling systems also continue to set the standard for blown and cast film waste recycling. These systems: add no heat history to the recaptured resins as repelletizing does, are ultra low cost when compared to heat-added polymer reclaiming systems, outperform other competitor’s similar type systems in head to head comparisons, and pay for themselves in just weeks or months.
From our world headquarters in Atlanta Georgia, Process Control Corporation provides manufacturing, project engineering, sales, marketing, and customer service support for the US, Canada, Mexico, Central and South America.
Our European subsidiary, Process Control GmbH, was established in 1994 and handles project engineering, manufacturing, sales, marketing, and customer service support for continental Europe, India, Africa, Asia, Australia and the Middle East.
Process Control Corporation Management Team
Jane Ann Robertson – CEO
Jonathan Phelps – Chief Operating Officer
Jonathan starting working for Process Control GmbH in 1998. He provided service and technical support to customers throughout Europe, the Middle East and the Far East. Jonathan relocated to Atlanta in 2004 and led our field service and technical support group for 14 years as Service Manager over North and South America.
Jim Collins – National Sales Manager
Jim brings over 25 years of experience in the plastics industry. He served on the southeastern board of the SPI. He was an entrepreneur for over 10 years and has worked for companies like Pillar Technologies, Davis Standard, and Reifenhauser.
Emily Shepard Streeper – Controller
Emily has been with Process Control Corporation since 2012 and handles HR and accounting duties. She holds a B.B.A. from Kennesaw State University.
Allen Williams – Spare Parts Sales Manager
Allen began his career with Process Control Corporation in 1990. He has held several positions at Process Control over the years. His current roles include management of spare parts sales, inventory and warehouse operations.
Walter “Len” Burleson – Computer Engineering Manager
Len has worked with Process Control Corporation since 1989. He has significant experience in board designed and software development for industrial applications, including motor drives, I/O boards, programmable controllers and weight boards. Len is actively involved with the R&D, testing and certification of Material Handling Systems, Blending Systems, and Extrusion Control Systems. Len has a BS in Electrical Engineering Technology from Purdue University.
Bruce Belden – Software Engineering Manager
Bruce joined Process Control Corporation in 2010 and leads our Software Engineering Group. He has been involved with software development. engineering and project management roles within Nuclear Engineering, Areospace, and Telecommunications industries. Bruce has a BS in Computer Programming from the University of Maryland, University College.
Ray Kesterson – Mechanical Engineering Manager
Ray Kesterson joined Process Control Corporation in 2016, and has worked in several different engineering positions within the company providing quotes, designs, and drawings, for manufacturing. Ray has a BS in Mechanical Engineering and an MBA from Georgia State University. He has more than 20 years experience in manufacturing, medical device and R&D. Ray has SSBB and MECP Certificates.
Willie Mosley – Plant Manager
Willie joined PCC in 1971 and has worked in all areas of PCC manufacturing, including fabrication, welding, paint, assembly and final test. In his current role as Plant Manager, he overseas all production operations and is actively involved with product engineering in the development of new products.