Macro Names Anzini Tech Sales Manages for Southeast

Has worked in technical roles for leading processing companies in his career of 40+ years.  


Film and sheet equipment supplier Macro Engineering & Technology Inc. has named David Anzini technical sales manager for Southeast U.S.

Anzini has more than 40 years of experience in the extrusion industry and has a rich history working on the processing side of the business. In his career, he has held technical positions at Mobil, Pactiv, Conwed, ITW Zip-Pak, and most recently Celgard LLC (an Asahi Kasei company). He has a B.S. and a M.S. from the University of Connecticut in Chemical Engineering.

Anzini Joins Macro in Technical Sales

David Anzini. Photo: Macro

Anzini is based in Fort Mill, S.C. and is replacing Steve Gammell, who has worked for Macro Engineering since April 2020. Gammel is retiring.

“We look forward to having David Anzini on our team. We trust that our customers will benefit greatly from David’s vast experience in plastics extrusion, and he will be a great asset to Macro Engineering as we specialize in custom machinery; an in-depth knowledge of equipment design to help our customers make the best products possible is our focal point” says Karen Xiao, v.p. of technology, “We would also like to thank Steve Gammell for his service to Macro and would like to wish him the best in his retirement”.


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