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Automation: Schaefer names new executive account manager

Bryan Duncan brings with him over 20 years of sales and account management experience in the material handling and flow technology markets
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
June 14, 2011

Schaefer Systems International, Inc. is pleased to announce the appointment of Bryan Duncan to the position of Executive Account Manager for the Automated Systems Division. In
this critical capacity, he will manage sales activities for a number of vertical markets and key accounts.

Duncan brings with him over 20 years of sales and account management experience in the material handling and flow technology markets utilizing a variety of supply chain applications. He is familiar with all aspects of this emerging industry sector, the specialists targeting this industry, their technologies and systems.

Duncan is a graduate of Georgia State University with a bachelor’s degree in Business and Marketing. He currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia, but will spend a lot of time in Charlotte as he integrates into the Schaefer culture.

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