ST. LOUIS, MO—RotoMetrics has promoted two members of the executive management team into new positions to provide support for the company’s accelerating global growth. RotoMetrics has created two new regional business leadership roles in the U.S./Canada and Asia Pacific geographies to direct local sales, service and manufacturing activities.
- Kerry Beaver, currently U.S. manufacturing director, was promoted to the newly created position of vice president, general manager, U.S. and Canada
- Molly Moroni, currently vice president of U.S. and Canada sales, was promoted to the newly created role of vice president, general manager, Asia Pacific
Kerry joined RotoMetrics in January 2013 and has been instrumental in developing, improving and enhancing RotoMetrics’ manufacturing capabilities for rotary tooling solutions. Under his leadership, the Americas’ operations has improved service reliability while supporting numerous global initiatives. Prior to joining RotoMetrics, Kerry served in a variety of manufacturing, operations, sales and general manager positions in the printing and converting industries. He brings over 30 years of industry experience in his new position.
Molly joined RotoMetrics in August 2012. Throughout her RotoMetrics’ career, she has succeeded in enhancing customer service and support initiatives while growing sales and profitability in North America, Latin America and around the globe. Prior to joining RotoMetrics, Molly served in general manager and key executive sales roles in the tag and label industry for more than 25 years. She has extensive experience in new market development including opening and managing international sales offices in Asia, Hong Kong and China. Paul McKay, general manager of RotoMetrics Asia, and Cain Harper, general manager of RotoMetrics Australia/New Zealand, will report to Molly.
“I am excited about these organizational enhancements,” said Bob Spiller, CEO of RotoMetrics. “Both Kerry and Molly have been instrumental to our organization’s growth and I know they will create tremendous value for our company and our customers in their new roles.”
Kerry’s and Molly’s new responsibilities were effective beginning Jan. 2.