White Conveyors Restructures Management Team


White Conveyors’ management team: (from left) Nick Brindley, controls engineering manager; Steve Wilpiszeski, vice president-international; Stephen Speckhart, vice president; Mary Speckhart (seated), president; John Speckhart, vice president, White Conveyors and Speed Check Conveyors; John Moore, director of operations; and John Baliotti, vice president-marketing. (Photo: White Conveyors Inc.)

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Among key moves, Baliotti comes aboard as marketing VP

KENILWORTH, N.J. — White Conveyors Inc., which provides automated garment sorting, storage and retrieval systems, has made changes and additions to its management team, White reports.

John Moore and Nick Brindley join upper management with veteran administrators John Speckhart, Stephen Speckhart and Steve Wilpiszeski.

Also, Vice President John Speckhart has now taken the helm at White’s subsidiary company, Speed Check Conveyor, to ensure an even greater level of synergy and collaboration.

White Conveyors also welcomes its newest member of the management team, John Baliotti, who will be serving as vice president of marketing. His responsibilities include guiding the communications strategy for the business and shaping its image in the industry, the firm reports.

Mary Speckhart, White’s president, says: “John’s extensive background in sales, marketing, and business development makes him a perfect fit to oversee the marketing strategies for both companies.”

The company continues to strive toward excellence with this talented management team leading the way, she notes.

White Conveyors offers a full line of drycleaning, industrial laundry, hotel/casino, correctional, retail, and residential garment-handling solutions, the company says. For over 70 years, its custom solutions have been designed to improve productivity and ensure profitability, it adds.

Since 1948, Speed Check Conveyor has offered a full line of innovative solutions for the specific needs of the commercial laundry industry.


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