George Huber III, president of Industrial Kinetics, Inc., was elected president of the Conveyor Equipment Manufacturers Association (CEMA) at the organization's recent annual meeting in La Quinta, Calif.
As president of CEMA – the voice of the conveyor industry in North America – Huber will lead the 106-member trade group as the material handling industry rebounds from years of economic turmoil.
"It's an opportune time to advance the strategic objectives of CEMA and promote the lynch-pin role conveyors play in today's integrated material handling and logistics systems," Huber said. "As an industry, our standards and technologies create value, efficiency and elevated safety in so many areas. It's a vital, exciting story to tell."
Founded in 1933, CEMA's mission is to promote the common interests of its members, while specifying and elevating design, manufacturing, application and safety standards in conveyor equipment and components. As president, Huber will work with the board of directors,
|Addiontal CEMA officers elected|
Other officers elected at the Conveyor Equipment Manufacturers Association's Annual Meeting:
Elected to the Board of Directors were:
Carryover members are: