Cleveland, OH

Federal Equipment Company welcomes Vince Patriarca and Matt Hillseth in their new roles

Paul Krasinic

CLEVELAND, OH — Federal Equipment Company welcomes Vince Patriarca as an inventory specialist and Matt Hillseth as an equipment specialist and business development to the organization.

Patriarca graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a bachelor's degree double major in supply chain and business information systems, and a minor in economics.

Hillseth has worked nine years in the industry and specializes in auction management, buying and selling process and packaging equipment, and liquidations. He is well-experienced with nutraceutical and pharmaceutical equipments.

"Really looking forward to growing with the Federal Equipment Company team! They are increasingly focusing on supporting their customers with liquidations, auctions, and other cash-generating opportunities for surplus equipment. I am excited to work with such a well-established team," said Hillseth.

"I couldn't be happier with my choice for a first job out of college. I'm excited to learn from a dynamic team that leads the industry in innovation," said Patriarca.

Before joining Federal Equipment Company, Hillseth worked at Star Industries as an operations specialist. He owns a Master of Fine Arts in Sculpture from Claremont Graduate University and a Bachelor of Arts in Fine/Studio Arts, Sculpture from California State University-San Bernadino. He will be organizing Federal Equipment Company's first office in the state of California.

"Matt has profound experience working within our industry. We plan to plug him into our inventory, auction, buying, and selling teams right away. Vince will make an impact immediately as we continue to grow our inventory and auction businesses." said Company President Adam Covitt.

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