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For Immediate Release: General Kinematics’ Randy Smith Inducted as Newest Crystal Lake Chamber Board Member

 

Randy Smith

On a cool rainy day in the end of May members of the Crystal Lake Chamber of Commerce gathered at 427 W. Virginia St. to induct a new member to the Board of Directors. General Kinematics (GK) is proud to announce that this new member is one of our own. Randy Smith, Vice President of Technical Services/ Global Quality and a member of GK’s Global Quality Executive Staff, has been an important member of our team for over 30 years. We gladly announce that Randy is now being recognized for that same hard work and dedication in the community that we see every day in the office and our customers see at job sites around the world.

Mary Margaret Maule, Crystal Lake Chamber President, had this to say about their newest board member:

“We are thrilled to welcome Randy Smith to the Crystal Lake Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. Randy will be a valuable addition to the Board providing the voice of manufacturing and the viewpoint of a large community partner. General Kinematics has been a long-standing community partner taking an active role in Community Harvest and our leadership programs. Randy’s perspective as to the needs of large business to business members will be invaluable as we develop our professional development and the future strategy as how to best serve the needs of our industrial members. We are delighted with his willingness to serve the organization.”   

In his new position, Randy will be a key connection between the community and the Manufacturing Industry. “I look forward to bringing a fresh perspective to the chamber, drawing from my engineering and manufacturing background in a global market,” Randy said. “I am also interested in the educational opportunities that the Chamber will provide.” The first meeting with Randy on the Board of Directors will be on July 28th. To learn more about the Crystal Lake Chamber of Commerce or how to become a member visit: http://www.clchamber.com/

 

 

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About General Kinematics

General Kinematics Corporation, incorporated in 1960, was established to market, design, and custom fabricate innovative vibratory material handling and processing equipment. Today the company is one of the world’s largest suppliers of vibratory processing equipment, holding hundreds of worldwide patents and acknowledged as a major contributor to the technical advancement of vibrating equipment design and application. Over 50,000 General Kinematics units have been installed in virtually all of the world’s industrialized countries. For more information about General Kinematics’ products and services, visit www.generalkinematics

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