Intelligrated bolsters leadership team in China
Local material handling sales and service veteran to lead growth of Chinese operation.
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Intelligrated, a leading automated material handling solutions provider, has announced the appointment of Danny Liang to the position of general director for its Shanghai-based Chinese operation.
As general director, Liang provides leadership and strategic direction for Intelligrated’s Chinese enterprise, and is responsible for sales and operational strategies to expand the company’s business in the region. He brings nearly 20 years of material handling experience in China to his new role and reports to Bob Wilson, vice president, international division.
After taking a leadership role in establishing Intelligrated’s presence in China, Rod Selby has transitioned to the position of senior operations and solutions consultant, international. In his new position, Selby works with Intelligrated’s operations and solutions development team to provide consulting support to all of the company’s international locations.
“Intelligrated is committed to investing in top talent to amplify its reach and position in China with market-leading solutions development and customer support,” Wilson said. “The exceptional insight and rich experience of Liang and Selby make them instrumental in our effort to provide superior material handling systems, software and service to customers worldwide.”
Prior to joining Intelligrated, Liang served in a variety of roles for multinational material handling companies, developing service, operations and sales teams, and maintaining high customer satisfaction. He earned a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Shanghai University and an MBA from Saint Joseph’s University.
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