Oklahoma City, Okla.-based Maxcess Int'l. announced in April that Greg Jehlik was appointed chief executive officer. In his new role, Jehlik will steer a global strategy aimed at improving customer productivity through product innovation, operational excellence and the further alignment of the company's brands.
No stranger to the converting industry, Jehlik most recently worked for CFC Int'l. and Brady Corp., and has served in a variety of sales, marketing and general manager roles with family-owned, publicly traded and private equity organizations alike.
“Greg’s strong understanding of the markets we serve and his collaborative management style bring critical dimensions to our long-term strategy to leverage the technical strengths and global footprint of these trusted brands,” says Christopher Wright, chairman of the board for Maxcess Int'l. “With his leadership, Maxcess can bring even more innovation to customers in traditional and emerging markets as the world economy recovers.”
Maxcess Int'l. serves the web handling industry through the Fife (guiding and inspection), Magpowr (tension control) and Tidland (slitting and winding) brand names.
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