The rapid growth of our company requires a person with Kim's technical and business experience as overall manager
Burnsville, MN (PRWEB) January 29, 2009 -
Gerbig Engineering Company, a designer, fabricator and installer of cleanrooms and cleanroom equipment, is pleased to announce the appointment of Kimberly Robertson as General Manager of Gerbig Engineering.
Ms Robertson has worked for Gerbig Engineering Company since 1992, and has been Operations Manager since 1999. Gerbig Engineering Company has specialized in cleanroom design, fabrication, and installation and testing since 1985.
As General Manager, Ms. Robertson, will be responsible for directing project management, tracking business unit profitability and overall business and sales development, as well as managing supplier and customer accounts.
Ms. Robertson is a graduate of South Dakota State University and the Minneapolis Technical College. She is a member of the National Fire Protection Association and the North America Autodesk User Group. Ms. Robertson also holds a notary public license.
"The rapid growth of our company requires a person with Kim's technical and business experience as overall manager," said Fred Gerbig, President of Gerbig Engineering. "Creating this position is a vital part of our strategic plan to grow our business regionally and nationally."
Prior to joining Gerbig Engineering Ms Robertson was employed as a HVAC and interior design professional.
"We are very excited that Ms. Robertson has accepted this responsibility and we are confident in her ability to manage our rapid growth," said Gerbig.
Gerbig Engineering is a privately owned company located in Burnsville Minnesota. The company specializes in design and fabrication of cleanroom systems including softwall cleanrooms, modular cleanrooms and clean room work stations. Gerbig Engineering also does cleanroom certification and consulting. Gerbig Engineering products are used in many applications including medical cleanrooms, pharmaceutical cleanrooms, semiconductor cleanrooms and cleanrooms for microelectronics.