Intelligrated appoints new senior vice president and general manager for lifecycle support services

Sorensen brings more than 18 years of experience to drive the next phase of lifecycle support services growth.

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Intelligrated, a leading North American-based automated material handling solutions provider, has announced the appointment of John Sorensen to the position of senior vice president and general manager, Lifecycle Support Services, Intelligrated.

Sorensen brings more than 18 years of experience and a successful track record of managing large-scale aftermarket service and support organizations to his new role. He oversees all Intelligrated aftermarket services from installation and training to maintenance and technical support. He works with senior management to develop strategy and execution plans to drive the next phase of growth for Lifecycle Support Services, with an initial focus on Intelligrated’s existing installation base and development of new technology.

“As Intelligrated continues its rapid growth, we are aligning management to properly support current and future initiatives,” said Chris Cole, CEO. “Sorensen’s background makes him a great fit to oversee the continued success of our Lifecycle Support Services and develop new ways to meet the evolving aftermarket needs of our customers.”

Before joining Intelligrated, Sorensen spent most of his career at Honeywell Process Solutions, working as a director and regional manager before serving as general manager of lifecycle services and solutions. He holds a bachelor’s degree in electronic engineering technology from DeVry University and earned his MBA from Webster University in St. Louis.


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