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Wm. W. Meyer and Sons Names Houlihan Director of Production

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Wendy Houlihan, director of production, Wm. W. Meyer and Sons
Houlihan will oversee production control, materials management, purchasing, and warehouse operations.

Wm. W. Meyer announces that Wendy Houlihan has rejoined Meyer and will serve as director of production.

During her first tenure at Meyer (2011-2018), Houlihan cultivated strong relationships across the business and helped bring customer satisfaction and on-time delivery statistics to all-time highs.

Houlihan was most recently with Thermo Fisher Scientific, where she further fine-tuned her leadership skills amid a variety of complex operations projects.

Houlihan will take on a larger role at Meyer, overseeing production control, materials management, purchasing, and warehouse operations.

“Wendy’s unique skill set and experiences, along with her familiarity with our family culture, helps to reinforce our reputation for providing a superior customer experience,” said Meyer CEO, Charlie Meyer. “She is well-positioned to collaborate on all fronts and deliver solution-oriented results for the business.”

Now in its fourth generation, Meyer has focused on developing a solid foundation with the best people, state-of-the-art equipment, and an excellent physical plant. 

Libertyville, IL-based, Meyer Industrial Solutions Div. produces system components for dry bulk material processing equipment, pneumatic conveying, and dust collectors. Meyer is known for its rotary valves, sanitary airlock feeders, flap gates, knife gates, screw pumps, gravity diverters, and more.

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