“All three will be integral to Liberty Technologies’ efforts to expand our presence in the market for engineered film and consumable packaging products.” -Kirk Ambrose, General Manager - Liberty Technologies
Vienna, OH (PRWEB) December 09, 2013
Liberty Technologies, a Millwood, Inc. Company (http://www.libertytechnologies.com), and a worldwide industry leader and innovator of unit load and packaging systems, materials and services, recently added three new hires to sales and business development positions. “Liberty Technologies is a fast-growing organization and we continue to expand our foot print,” said Kirk Ambrose, General Manager - Liberty Technologies. “These three will allow us to better serve our customers with new products and provide expanded regional coverage to our large base of national accounts.”
Azaad Shamsi is Liberty Technologies’ Manager - Product Development. His responsibilities include taking the lead to increase the engineered consumables business by working with customers to suggest or develop new packaging solutions. He will work closely with Millwood’s corporate marketing to promote solutions to the broader marketplace. Shamsi has a bachelor of science in industrial engineering & management and a master’s degree in business administration from Oklahoma State University. He has 13 years’ experience in the engineered film and transport packaging industries and is a co-inventor of the Patented Torque Hand Film (2009). He and his wife have a daughter and a son and live in Tulsa, OK.
James Welch is Liberty Technologies’ Regional Manager – Engineered Systems. He is responsible for growing the equipment business with a focus on machinery and systems. Welch has a bachelor’s degree in arts, economics and international business management from Emory & Henry College and has 12 years’ experience in the materials handling and packaging equipment industries. He and his wife have two children and live in Huntersville, NC.
David Wagner is Liberty Technologies’ Manager – New Business Development. His responsibilities include working with the market to develop new customers and expanding Liberty Technologies’ product offerings. Wagner has worked in the industrial packaging industry for more than twenty years. He and his wife have four children and live in York, PA.
“All three will be integral to Liberty Technologies’ efforts to expand our presence in the market for engineered film and consumable packaging products,” said Ambrose.