Metrologic Instruments Announces the Promotion of Several Key Executives Strengthening Its Senior Management Structure and Future Organizational Plans.Business Editors
BLACKWOOD, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 19, 2004
Metrologic Instruments Metrologic Instruments is an automated identification and data capture (AIDC) company headquartered in Blackwood, New Jersey.
Metrologic Instruments designs, manufactures and markets bar code decoding hardware, adaptive optical solutions and high-speed image processing , Inc. (NASDAQ-NMS:MTLG), experts in optical image capture and processing solutions that design, manufacture and market sophisticated imaging and scanning solutions for a variety of applications today announced the promotion of several key executives as part of an ongoing reorganization of its management structure.
Benny Noens has been promoted to Senior Vice President, EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa) Refers to that region of the world. For example, one might see products packaged differently for the UK, EMEA and Asia Pacific markets. Sales. Joseph Sawitsky has been promoted to Senior Vice President, Manufacturing and Operations. Mark Schmidt Mark Schmidt is the head men's basketball coach at St. Bonaventure University. Previously, he held the same position at Robert Morris University.
• • has been promoted to Senior Vice President, Worldwide Marketing. Jeffrey Yorsz has been promoted to Senior Vice President, Industrial Operations. Gregory DiNoia has been promoted to Vice President, North American North American
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Mr. Noens has served as Vice President, European Sales since 1994. Mr. Noens joined the Company in 1990 as the Sales Manager sales manager n → gerente m/f de ventas
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Mr. Sawitsky has held the position of Vice President, Manufacturing since November 1999 after joining the Company in 1998. Prior to coming to work for Metrologic, Mr. Sawitsky held various positions with ICI (language) ICI - An extensible, interpretated language by Tim Long with syntax similar to C. ICI adds high-level garbage-collected associative data structures, exception handling, sets, regular expressions, and dynamic arrays. Composites and Zenith Electronic Corporation.
Mr. Schmidt has served as Vice President, Marketing since November 1999. Mr. Schmidt joined the Company in 1992 and has held several different positions in the company during his tenure.
Mr. Yorsz has been Metrologic's Vice President, Industrial Sales since March 2002. Mr. Yorsz also serves as the President and General Manager of our Adaptive Optics Associates, Inc. (AOA AOA American Optometric Association; American Orthopsychiatric Association; American Osteopathic Association.
AOA 1 American Orthopaedic Association 2 American Osteopathic Association, see there ) subsidiary, a position he has held since our acquisition of AOA in 2001. Mr. Yorsz joined AOA as an engineer in 1984 and had held the position of Assistant General Manager of AOA prior to its acquisition by Metrologic.
Mr. DiNoia has served as Director Strategic Retail Sales since 2001. Mr. DiNoia joined the Company in 1997 as Regional Sales Manager and has held several different sales positions since that time.
Mr. Rock has served as Sales Controller since 1999. Mr. Rock joined the Company in 1995 as Financial Analyst and has held a number of different positions since then.
The promotion of these individuals is part of the Company's ongoing plan to strengthen its management structure and address the issue of CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. succession.
C. Harry Knowles, Metrologic's CEO, commented, "For over a year, our Board has been evaluating the Company's overall management structure with a view towards strengthening the organization for my eventual retirement. The promotion of these key executives is a significant step in implementing this plan of CEO succession. As we look internally and externally for individuals to fill our critical management positions, the Board will explore various strategies for expanding and strengthening our management organization to provide the basis for our continued growth."
Metrologic designs, manufactures and markets bar code scanning and high-speed automated data capture systems solutions using laser, holographic See holographic storage. and vision-based technologies. Metrologic offers expertise in 1D and 2D bar code reading, portable data collection, optical character recognition optical character recognition (OCR), method for the machine-reading of typeset, typed, and, in some cases, hand-printed letters, numbers, and symbols using optical sensing and a computer. , image lift, and parcel dimensioning and singulation detection for customers in retail, commercial, manufacturing, transportation and logistics, and postal and parcel delivery industries. In addition to its extensive line of bar code scanning and vision system equipment, the company also provides laser beam delivery and control systems to semi-conductor and fiber optic manufacturers, as well as a variety of highly sophisticated optical systems. Metrologic products are sold in more than 110 countries worldwide through Metrologic's sales, service and distribution offices located in North and South America South America, fourth largest continent (1991 est. pop. 299,150,000), c.6,880,000 sq mi (17,819,000 sq km), the southern of the two continents of the Western Hemisphere. , Europe and Asia.