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Columbia Machine, Inc. hires new Midwest region sales manager

September 3, 2014
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Columbia Machine, Inc. (palletizing.com), a leading palletizer manufacturer in North America, would like to welcome Chris Ramsey to the Palletizer Team. Chris accepted the position of Midwest Region Sales Manager and is based out of Chicago, IL.

Brining over 18 years of experience in the palletizing and material handling industries, Chris is a knowledgeable source for current and future customers located in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana and Iowa.

Columbia manufactures inline high speed, high-level, floor-level and robotic hybrid palletizers, load transfer stations and systems integration. Columbia features flexible, upgradeable designs to speeds over 150 cases per minute. With the experience of over 3,500 palletizers installed in the industry, Columbia is considered to be the leading palletizer manufacturer in North America. All Columbia palletizers are built in the USA and backed by 24-hour customer support and parts service.

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