Donnie Johnson and Mark Bruner Donnie Johnson and Mark Bruner

Hy-Tek Material Handling appoints Integrated Systems Division President & EVP

Hy-Tek Material Handling, Inc.

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Columbus, OH 43217
Phone: 800 837-1217
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Donnie Johnson and Mark Bruner promoted

Hy-Tek Material Handling’s Integrated Systems (IS) division has announced the appointment of Donnie Johnson as president and Mark Bruner as executive vice president. Based in Greater Cincinnati and serving customers nationwide, the Hy-Tek IS division has the experience and expertise to engineer, design, and implement strategic plans for any material handling application. Hy-Tek IS solutions include integrated conveyor systems, engineered storage systems, receiving and shipping systems, robotic palletizing cells, automated picking technologies including pick-to-light, and complete turnkey projects.

As Integrated Systems division president, Johnson is responsible for sales and marketing and serves as key account executive for major system users. He oversees a team of experienced professionals working out of offices in Georgia, Kentucky, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee. A seasoned professional with over four decades of industry experience, including 18 years with Hy-Tek, Johnson previously held the position of executive VP, sales. He is charged with growing the IS division nationally.

As executive vice president, Bruner oversees all Hy-Tek IS division operations and installation services, excluding sales and marketing. With 40 years of industry experience, including 18 years with Hy-Tek, he previously held the position of executive VP, operations. Bruner and the IS team are dedicated to delivering innovative engineering solutions that integrate technology, equipment, and the latest industry practices.

“Hy-Tek has been delivering exceptional material handling support to our customers for 57 years. On behalf of Mark Bruner and the entire Integrated Systems team, I am committed to making our customers more competitive, efficient, and productive for the next half century—and beyond,” said Johnson.