Rafael Trzaskoma to drive and manage the growth of PSI’s project delivery and engineering teams.
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO — PSI Engineering (PSI) announces today that Rafael Trzaskoma will be the company’s new Chief Operations Officer, after an extensive search. Rafael has an impressive career in the automation industry, most recently as Vice President at Shape Process Automation. He is a progressive, energetic, and experienced executive who has excelled in the management of the engineering design and implementation of Engineer‐to‐Order, highly customized robotic, and general automation systems. His knowledge from 20 years of engineering and management experience, which he has gained from a challenging and technologically diverse portfolio of projects.
At PSI, Rafael will provide leadership and strategic vision to the organization’s operations and help efficiently and effectively bring products to our customers as we expand the business.
“I am honored to have been selected as PSI Engineering’s COO and look forward to working with a wonderful team of talented people to expand the company’s industry footprint as it reaches a new level of growth,” states Rafael, “It is a privilege to be part of an organization that has been at the forefront of the order fulfillment automation for many years and propels businesses forward to take advantage of the accelerating e-commerce technologies with its innovative equipment and software solutions.”
“We are excited to have Rafael join our leadership team with his extensive experience in engineering and management,” says Steve Pickfield, Co-CEO, “He will be an asset to both the leadership and operations teams in growing our business.”
About PSI Engineering:
PSI is the global expert in order fulfillment automation and print on demand solutions. We manufacture and integrate print on demand, friction feeding, and sortation systems for the last 100 feet of the order fulfillment line. For more than 30 years PSI has been the technology leader in the manufacture, service, support, and integration of conveyor-based automated packing stations, print on demand products, sortation solutions, and print and apply systems for even the most complex warehouse environments. Our focus on the last 100 feet of the order fulfillment line helps high volume distribution centers optimize throughput and accuracy while reducing labor costs. For more information, visit psiengineering.com or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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