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Kinedyne Appoints John Seliga as new VP-Finance

A seasoned financial professional, Seliga brings strategic thinking, business and technology management and value-based leadership as part of his broad portfolio of experience

Kinedyne LLC, a world-leading designer, manufacturer and distributor of cargo control technologies, including cargo securement, capacity and access solutions for the transportation industry, announced that it has named John Seliga as its new vice president-finance. Seliga succeeds Tobey Rumack who retired earlier this year. “We wish Tobey and her husband a long and healthy retirement and thank her for nearly three years of being a strong business partner on the Executive team and helping improve our finance and business operations,” said Dan Schlotterbeck, president of Kinedyne LLC.

A more than 25-year financial veteran with a strong background in managing business growth, Seliga has a track record of implementing financial, operational and technological changes that have resulted in increased profits, improved efficiencies and enhanced management control for the companies he has served. A certified public accountant, Seliga holds a master’s degree in business administration from Cleveland State University and a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Bowling Green State University.

“John’s diverse experience with growing publicly-traded and privately-held manufacturing companies will be an asset to Kinedyne,” added Dan Schlotterbeck. “He also brings an extensive background in the development and execution of corporate strategies, leading all aspects of finance and information technology to help businesses better use information to drive its business success.”  In his new post, Seliga will have responsibility for all US, Canada and Mexico financial matters. He will be based out of the company’s corporate headquarters in Branchburg, N.J.


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