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Garry Abraham Elected CEMA President

Garry Abraham, general manager/CEO, Screw Conveyor Corp., Hammond, IN, was elected president of the Conveyor Equipment Manufacturers Association (CEMA) at the organization's recent 83rd annual meeting in La Quinta, CA.  
The “Voice of the Conveyor Industry of the Americas,” CEMA is an industry trade group that was founded in 1933 and has 131 member companies.
Other officers elected at the association’s annual meeting:
Vice President - Paul Ross, president, Douglas Manufacturing Company, Inc., Pell City, AL
Secretary – Ned Thompson, chairman, president & CEO, Prab Inc., Kalamazoo, MI
Treasurer – Michael Hoehn, president, Automatic Systems Inc., Kansas City, MO
[Learn more about mechnaical conveying in a technical workshop called "Conveyer Selection Criteria for Mechanical Handling Systems" at the Powder & Bulk Solids Conference, May 3-5, 2016]

Elected to the Board of Directors were:
Dusty Bradley, vice president, marketing, Precision Pulley and Idler Co., Pella, IA
Andrew Felter, president & CEO, Webster Industries, Tiffin, OH
Daniel Fannin, vice president, business process excellence, Regal Beloit America, Maysville, KY
Carryover members are:
Merle Davis, senior vice president, Wynright Corp., Oak Lawn, IL
Mike Nisenbaum, director of industrial sales and marketing, Timken-Carlisle, Franklin, TN
Judd Roseberry, CEO, Richwood, Huntington, WV
Noel Bell, vice president, tool and conveyor divisions, Martin Sprocket & Gear, Arlington, TX
Bob Callahan, executive director, business development and marketing, Senqcia Maxco, Kennesaw, GA

Conveyer Selection Criteria for Mechanical Handling Systems Technical Workshop

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