Beumer Corp. adds new president, CEO

By |  May 29, 2020
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Beumer Group named Joseph Dzierzawski president and CEO of Beumer Corp.

Dzierzawski will be responsible for the business of Beumer Group in the North American market, in alignment with the company’s business objectives, strategy and key pursuits, according to the company.

A graduate of the University of Michigan with a degree in metallurgical engineering, Dzierzawski has attended executive management programs at the University of Michigan School of Business and INSEAD in Fontainebleau, France.

Prior to his new role, Dzierzawski worked at Hatch Metals & Minerals group as global director of technology & business development and a senior member of the Hatch metals team.

He had previously served at German company SMS, where he held a series of positions, eventually serving as president and CEO for SMS USA and chief technology officer for SMS Group.

“I look forward to the challenge of expanding my career outside of metallurgical plant building by joining an organization that is highly diversified and successful in serving multiple industries,” Dzierzawski says.

The company says he has an in-depth interest and experience in various aspects of corporate social responsibility, including community involvement and philanthropic initiatives.

Founded in 1935, Beumer Group is an international manufacturer of intralogistics systems for conveying, loading, palletizing, sortation and baggage handling. Headquartered in Germany, the privately-held company has approximately 4,500 employees, with annual revenues over $1 billion in 2019.

Founded in 1977, Beumer Corp., headquartered in Somerset, New Jersey, is the wholly-owned U.S. subsidiary of Beumer Group. It offers engineering and systems design, project management, installation and commissioning, customer support and more.

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