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Automation: Schaefer Systems names new account manager

Matt Frick joins the Automated Systems Division
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
August 04, 2011

Schaefer Systems International, Inc. is pleased to announce the appointment of Matt Frick as Executive Account Manager for Schaefer’s Automated Systems Division. His responsibilities will consist of managing sales activities for a number of vertical markets and key accounts.

Frick brings with him more than 11 years of sales and account management experience in the material handling and flow technology markets of the supply chain. He gained his experience
and know-how working with other companies in this industry sector here in the United States as well as in Europe.

Frick studied Economics at Tycho Brahe University and Business Administration at Santa Monica College. He currently resides in Canton, Georgia near Atlanta, but for the foreseeable future will spend quite a bit of time in Charlotte, NC as he integrates into the culture of the company.

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