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Brian Evans

Brian has over 30 years of engineering, design, manufacturing and automation experience in various industries including automotive, medical, consumer products, and materials handling. Mr. Evans joined Globe in 2003 and is responsible for overseeing the overall product design function, mentoring other design engineers and supporting the sales force in the field. Mr. Evans oftentimes travels to client sites to interface with the customer to determine product performance requirements and design criteria. He holds a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering from Southeastern Massachusetts University.

Recent Posts

4 Common Conveyor Belt Problems Solved Using Composite Materials

By Brian Evans | November 15, 2016

When it comes to material handling, the conveyor that the materials are transported on is just as important as the materials themselves. While the primary goal of most conveyor systems is to provide an opportunity to inspect products and transport them throughout your facility, this is not possible without the implementation of a proper handling system. 

Topics: Material Handling

An OEM's Opportunity: RoHS Compliant Radiation Shielding Curtains

By Brian Evans | October 28, 2016

Despite the declining popularity of lead-based products, RoHS compliant products are still not universal in the workplace. According to, “approximately 804,000 workers in general industry and an additional 838,000 workers in construction are potentially exposed to lead.”

Topics: Radiation Shielding

Now, A Durable Solution to Clear Package Jams Safely & Without Damage

By Brian Evans | October 4, 2016

When your company is handling a massive amount of packages each day, employees risk injury due to inadequate equipment—and oftentimes the tools that they use suffer from the heavy wear & tear of daily use. With packages of all sizes, shapes, and weights moving along the conveyor system daily, jams are bound to occur. Unfortunately, workers sometimes have to resort to makeshift jam break poles or whatever is within arm's reach to alleviate the problem. 

Topics: Material Handling