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Sackett Systems Appoints CAPS Systems Lt

August 4, 2015

Sackett Systems Appoints CAPS Systems Ltd as Dealer for Battery Exchange Systems in the UK.

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Sackett Systems Announces New Vice President Of Sales

June 3, 2015

Sackett Systems, Inc. (Bensenville, IL) is pleased to introduce Timothy J Roberts as their new Vice President of Sales.  Mr. Roberts will be directly responsible for leading Sackett’s sales efforts on a global basis.  He brings 32 years of progressive sales, marketing, product development, and relationship management experience to Sackett.  Previously, Mr. Roberts spent 8 years consulting with small and medium sized business on sales process, sales training, sales force effectiveness, and marketing initiatives.  Prior to that, he held Vice President of Sales, Sales and Marketing, and Business Development roles with FMC Corporation.  He has extensive experience with specialized material handling equipment and systems, in the airport equipment, oilfield, and construction industries.

Mr. Roberts is returning to Chicago, where he received his MBA from Northwestern’s Kellogg Graduate school on Management, and where he started his career with FMC Corporation.

 

Roberts To Focus On Strengthening Dealer Network and National Account Relationships

 

Throughout his career, Mr. Roberts has focused on growing top line sales and bottom line profits by providing high levels of support and service to Customers as well as to the dealer networks that supported company sales efforts.

“At Sackett, I anticipate building upon the strong industry position created by the company with its dealers and customers.  Expanding the dealer network, strengthening our relationships with existing dealers, and deepening our relationships with key National Accounts will be my initial focus.” said Mr. Roberts.

Stop by Sackett Systems’ Booth #3523 Ma

March 17, 2015

Stop by Sackett Systems’ Booth #3523 March 22nd-27th @ the 2015 Promat Show in Chicago.

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Sackett Systems Reaches New Heights with Announcement of Automated Parking Business

July 29, 2014

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Sackett Systems Reaches New Heights with Announcement of Automated Parking Business

July 23, 2014

 
Sackett Systems Partners with Stokes Industries To Bring Their Mechanical Automation Technology to Parking Professionals, Municipalities, Architects and Automotive Professionals

Sackett Systems, one of the country’s leading material handling manufacturing companies, announced the launch of Sackett Parking, an automated parking start-up. Partnering with Stokes Industries, a pioneer in the automated parking industry, Sackett Parking will be focused on delivering cost-effective mechanical and robotic parking solutions in high-density areas, allowing for maximized parking capacity.

“As our cities continue to grow, we need to consider how we will meet the need for more efficient and greener parking solutions in urban areas,” said new Sackett Systems President, Dan Dwyer. “We feel there is a huge opportunity to offer smart parking solutions that can double, triple and even quadruple parking capacity.” Sackett is leveraging its state-of-the-art mechanical automation technology to deliver customer-driven, turnkey and environmentally-friendly automated parking structures to the US.

Sackett Announces New Look and Websites

Sackett Systems is proud to announce the launch of a revitalized identity system and new websites for Sackett Sytems and the new automated parking division, Sackett Parking. The goal was to create a look and feel that conveys Sackett’s 100+ years of manufacturing expertise coupled with an eye on new, future technology. Sackett also wanted to provide a simplified web experience that helps customers find the products and services they need as easily and efficiently as possible. Both sites have also been optimized for mobile viewing on smart phones and tablets.

Learn more at: http://www.sackettparking.com.

Sackett Announces New President

July 10, 2014

BENSENVILLE, IL. – July 1, 2014 – Mr. Leonard J. Maniscalco, CEO of Sackett Systems, one of the country’s leading material handling manufacturing companies, today announced the appointment of Daniel J. Dwyer as President. Dwyer will be responsible for spearheading Sackett’s efforts to grow its existing battery exchange business, streamlining operations, and pursuing additional industries where Sackett’s core competencies can create sustainable value. Additionally, Dan will focus on building Sackett Parking – a start-up focused on mechanical and robotic parking solutions.

Expanding for Global Growth

As a part of its growth strategy, Sackett is also announcing the opening of its Almelo, Netherlands office. In an effort to strengthen its global position, operations at this branch will focus mainly on business development and growth in the European market.

“These personnel moves are consistent with the succession planning activities that Sackett has been performing for the past several years. Dan has been instrumental in executing a growth strategy for Sackett’s battery exchange business and cultivating our Automated Parking  business. These moves ensure that we will have a continuity of leadership and the direction necessary to thrive in the foreseeable future”, said CEO Len Maniscalco.

With more than 50 years in the material handling and industrial battery business, Leonard Maniscalco has founded and sold several companies. He will continue as CEO, concentrating on redefining Sackett’s vision, strategy, and market engagement. Dwyer has been a leader at Sackett Systems for over 11 years. He holds a BA, magna cum laude, from Marquette University and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.

5 Things the U.S could do to revitalize

June 9, 2014

5 Things the U.S could do to revitalize manufacturing.
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Visit Sackett Systems at the 2014 CeMAT

May 14, 2014

Visit Sackett Systems at the 2014 CeMAT show in Hannover, Germany http://ow.ly/wQdZ4

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