Leading cryogenic equipment manufacturer Cryofab, Inc. has hired Vincent Grillo, Jr. as a Sales Engineer, taking the company into its third generation of family leadership.
Grillo, Jr. will be managing the day-to-day operations for Cryofab’s complete line of non-insulated hoses and vacuum jacketed transfer lines as well as collaborating on sales, engineering and design work for all Cryofab divisions.
He comes to Cryofab from Saint-Gobain, where he worked for nine years as a manufacturing engineer and then transitioned to sales as the eastern regional sales supervisor for Norton Specialty Diamond Group.
Cryofab Co-Presidents Vincent Grillo and Gregory Grillo are naturally proud to welcome the next generation to the family business. Together, the company explains, they will continue the traditions of reliability and innovation that has made Cryofab a leader among cryogenic companies.
Vincent Grillo Sr. shared, “My father and his partners started this business in 1971. Together they designed, built and sold cryogenic equipment for all liquid cryogens, everything from dewars, transfer lines and research cryostats. They were ambitious, forward-thinking, talented.”
Gregory Grillo continued, “Their strong work ethic combined with integrity and ingenuity developed the foundation that grew into one of the most trusted cryogenic companies in the world today. It is with great pride that we are able to continue this legacy with the third-generation.”
A 2000 graduate of Penn State University, Grillo , Jr. is well experienced in working with cryogenic companies.
Today, Cryofab manufactures and services cryogenic storage dewars, vessels, transfer equipment, vacuum jacketed valves and accessories, offering custom as well as standard fabrications.