Wynright announces new vice president
Gordon Hellberg is charged with spearheading the strategic direction and leadership for Wynright’s North American Integrator Partner Program.
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Wynright Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Daifuku North America Holding Company and a leading U.S.-based provider of intelligent material handling systems, today announced Gordon Hellberg has been named Vice President Integrator Sales for North America.
Hellberg is charged with spearheading the strategic direction and leadership for Wynright’s North American Integrator Partner Program. Prior to joining Wynright, Hellberg spent much of his career working with a number of leading global material handling suppliers where he was responsible for leading their North American Sales Teams and marketing efforts.
“The addition of Gordon Hellberg to the Wynright Team is exciting,” stated Ron Adams, Executive Vice President of Products at Wynright. “Gordon is well known and respected throughout the material handling industry. He brings more than 30 years of senior management experience – especially leading Integrator Partner Programs. We are confident the addition of Hellberg demonstrates Wynright’s commitment to supporting our Integrator Partners in North America”, concluded Adams.
In addition to their leading edge conveyor and sortation equipment, Wynright will be offering the entire range of Daifuku and Wynright technologies to their Integrator Partners. These technologies include light and voice-directed fulfillment systems, robotics, automated storage and retrieval systems, AGV’s, mezzanines, and steel structures.
Hellberg holds a Bachelor’s of Science in engineering from Western Michigan University, and has served on the Board of Directors for the Material Handling Equipment Distributors Association.
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