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Mark Beaver appointed MD of Olympus Automation

26 November 2013

Olympus Automation have appointed Mark Beaver as managing director taking over from owner Harry Norman who has become CEO.

Mark joins from Baker Perkins where he had a very impressive track record as business director for the confectionery division.

Mark’s international sales experience coupled with advanced company system knowledge will help Olympus Automation improve its business performance and fully realise the potential of their innovative PDX product range in international markets.

Since acquiring PDX Reactor cooking technology in May 2013, Olympus Automation have experienced strong growth across a number of their offerings, installing their market leading Autocoding system on 84 new lines. Mark is set to continue this growth by utilising core automation skills to provide complete integration of unique PDX Reactor, Batchmate and Powder/Liquid handling technologies, driving efficiency throughout food operations and further increasing customer value.


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