Jervis B. Webb Company Names Bill Kline and Tom Pawlowicz as Vice Presidents of Project ManagementThursday, February 2, 2012
Jervis B. Webb Company – a subsidiary of Daifuku Webb Holding Company and leading provider of innovative material handling solutions – has named two new vice presidents of Project Management, Bill Kline for airport baggage handling and Tom Pawlowicz for factory/distribution automation. Previously, both were executive directors of project management.
Bill Kline has more than 22 years experience in the baggage handling industry and more than 11 years at Webb. Before joining Webb, Kline was vice president and partner of a prominent baggage handling system consulting firm.
Tom Pawlowicz has been in the industrial automation industry for 35 years and has spent 13 of those years at Webb. Prior to Webb, Pawlowicz was engineering department leader at Overhead Crane and Service, operations manager at Siemens and program manager at Andersen and Associates Integrated Systems Division.
“Project management ensures our systems and products are up and running on time and on budget for our customers, making it a critical function at Webb,” said Brian Stewart, President of Jervis B. Webb Company. “Both Bill and Tom’s leadership skills have made them key parts of our company’s success.”
About Jervis B. Webb Company
Jervis B. Webb Company is part of Daifuku Webb Holding Company, a subsidiary of Daifuku Co. Ltd. It is a leading developer of innovative material handling technology such as Automatic Guided Vehicles (AGVs), conveyors, baggage handling systems, bulk handling systems and Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems (AS/RS). Webb specializes in the design, engineering, installation and support of integrated systems used in the automotive, airport, food/beverage, bulk handling, warehousing and manufacturing industries. Webb is headquartered in Farmington Hills, Mich., with manufacturing locations in Harbor Springs and Boyne City, Mich.; Carlisle, S.C.; Canada; India; and China. The company was founded in 1919 by Jervis B. Webb who invented the forged rivetless chain conveyor that helped revolutionize mass production.