George Huber III elected president of CEMA

Conveyor Equipment Manufacturers Association elects new president and board at annual meeting.

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George Huber III, vice president, Industrial Kinetics, Inc., Downers Grove, IL, was elected the president of the Conveyor Equipment Manufacturers Association (CEMA) at the organization’s recent 78
Annual Meeting in La Quinta, Calif.

Huber becomes head of the North American industry trade group founded in 1933. CEMA currently has 106 member companies.

Other officers elected at the Association’s Annual Meeting:
—Vice President - Ron Arkema, vice president, Van Gorp Corporation, Pella, IA
—Secretary – Warren Chandler, product manager, Stephens-Adamson, Belleville, Ontario, Canada
—Treasurer – Jerry Heathman, sales & marketing manager, Chantland Pulley & Roller Company, Humboldt, IA

Elected to the Board of Directors were:
—Bob Domnick, vice president, engineering, Superior Industries, Morris, MN
—Paul Ross, president, Douglas Manufacturing Co., Inc., Pell City, AL
—Geoff Normanton, senior vice president technology, Fenner Dunlop, Pittsburgh, PA
—Todd Swinderman, director and chief technology officer, Martin Engineering Company, Neponset, IL

Carryover members are:
—Joe Forte, director, sales, Portec, Inc., Canon City, CO
—Michael Hoehn, president, Automatic Systems Inc., Kansas City, MO
—Jim McKnight, senior vice president, system sales and marketing, Intelligrated, Inc., Mason, OH
—Garry Abraham, general manager/CEO, Screw Conveyor Corporation, Hammond, IN
—Dean Bogner, vice president of sales and marketing, Webster Industries, Inc., Tiffin, OH
—Mike Mitchell, product manager, Stober Drives Inc., Maysville, KY


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