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VOLUME -25 NUMBER 5
Publication Date: 05/1/2010
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Scheugenpflug Adds 2 Key Sales Appointments
Atlanta, GA — Scheugenpflug USA has appointed two new sales executives at its Kennesaw, GA headquarters. Greg Malinak and Matthew Griffin will bring their decades of industrial sales experience to lead strategic planning and customer acquisition for Scheugenpflug throughout the Americas.
Greg Malinak is Lean Six Sigma certified, with extensive experience in the development and sales of automated manufacturing systems. Prior to joining Scheugenpflug, he headed up business development at an OEM machine builder. Previously, Greg worked with robotics and factory automation systems to provide customers with integrated solutions for industrial applications, and has served as National Accounts Manager for B&R machine automation control equipment.
Matthew Griffin is a seasoned sales management professional who has worked extensively in industrial automation and consulting. Most recently, Matthew was an Account Manager and handled Business Development for automated equipment at EMT. The two will work together with manufacturers across the United States to identify their specific requirements for automation, and deliver customized solutions from Scheugenpflug.
Ultralife Names Thomas Saeli to Board of Directors
Newark, NY — Thomas L. Saeli has joined Ultralife Corporation's (NASDAQ: ULBI) board of directors. Mr. Saeli, 53, brings 28 years' experience in manufacturing, corporate development and finance. He is a consultant advising international corporate clients on matters involving business development strategies, consolidations, acquisitions and operations.
He had previously been CEO of Noble International, Ltd., where he was also a member of Noble's board of directors. Prior to joining Noble, Mr. Saeli served as vice president of corporate development for Lear Corporation where he also served as vice president of mergers and acquisitions.
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