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Pro Mach names new President of end-of-line packaging business unit

Barry Heiser has been named President of Pro Mach's End-of-Line Business unit.
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Heiser recently served as Group President for Clear Lam Packaging's MAP Systems and Condiment Dispensing Divisions, where he led initiatives for product development, engineering, sales, operations, and customer and supplier activities. Previously, her served as division President for Winpak Ltd, where he led operations, engineering, sales, and marketing for its pouch and cup filling equipment manufacturing division.

"Barry brings a weath of packaging operations and marketing experience as well as a strong vision for serving our End-of-Line customers," says Mark Anderson, Pro Mach President and COO. "Knowledgeable leaders like Barry strengthen our ability to deliver exceptional value, reliable products, and superior support."

Heiser holds a Bachelor's degree from Clemson University. He currently resides in Arlington Heights, IL.

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