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Wicks Named VP of Systems Engineering for FKI Logistex (posted 1/16/08)

January 16, 2008
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FKI Logistex® recently announced the appointment of Matt Wicks to vice president of systems engineering for the company’s Manufacturing Systems group. Wicks’ promotion follows a recent consolidation of the Systems and Conveyor Engineering groups within FKI Logistex Manufacturing Systems.

Wicks began his career with FKI Logistex in 1998 as a controls engineer, steadily assuming increased management responsibility and most recently serving as director of systems engineering. As vice president, Wicks is responsible for managing controls, electrical and mechanical engineering teams, systems sales support, and estimating.

“Matt has displayed excellent leadership skills throughout his career with FKI Logistex,” said Ken Thouvenot, senior vice president of project management and engineering, FKI Logistex Manufacturing Systems. “His extensive knowledge of our systems and processes make him an obvious choice for this role.”

Wicks holds a bachelor’s of science degree in electrical engineering from the University of Missouri, Rolla and a professional engineer (PE) license from the Missouri Division of Professional Registration.

For more information, call (314) 872-5816 or visit www.fkilogistex.com.


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