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Victor firm Retrotech names new CEO

Rochester Business Journal
December 19, 2012

Retrotech Inc. has named Paul Deveikis its new CEO, effective Jan. 7, the Victor firm said Wednesday.

Deveikis succeeds Peter Hartman, who is retiring. Hartman, who had led Retrotech since 1998, will remain with the company during the transition period.

“I am excited for the opportunity to be joining Retrotech. I’m looking forward to building upon the solid foundation that has been created over the years.” Deveikis said in a statement.

Deveikis has nearly 30 years of executive level experience in sales and operations. His expertise lies in material handling systems and solutions for distribution centers and e-fulfillment businesses.

Since 2005, Deveikis has served as president of Wynright Corp.’s engineering and integration unit in Elk Grove, Ill.
 
Retrotech specializes in the design, installation, modernization and support of automated material handling systems.

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