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Timothy P. Cook Joins ShickUSA as Chief Operating Officer

Article-Timothy P. Cook Joins ShickUSA as Chief Operating Officer

Timothy P. Cook Joins ShickUSA as Chief Operating Officer
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ShickUSA, headquartered in Kansas City, MO, announces the appointment of Timothy P. Cook as chief operating officer (COO).

Cook has an impressive background with more than 20 years of industry leadership, with experience in business development and operations management. Most recently, Cool served as vice president of sales, marketing & product management at AMF Bakery Systems, currently serves on the Executive Committee of the American Society of Baking (ASB), and is a past Board Member of the Packaging Machinery Manufacturing Institute (PMMI).

“Tim’s energetic, market-driven leadership is a valuable addition to our team,” said Joe Ungashick, president and CEO of ShickUSA. “His presence will enhance our ability to deliver consistent quality experiences to all of our customers and partners.”

Cook said, “ShickUSA is a highly respected organization and I am thrilled with the opportunity provided through my new role as COO. I will have an intense focus on continued innovation and execution as our means of delivering value to our customers one project at a time.”

Cook is a product of the Midwest and graduate of the University of Kansas. ShickUSA is excited to welcome him, his wife, Hunter, and their sons Connor and Ian, to Kansas City and the Shick team. ShickUSA has provided integrated solutions for ingredient automation to the baking and food industries for seven decades.

For more information, visit www.shickusa.com.

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