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Buck Martin joins executive team.

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Wynright Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Daifuku North America Holding Company Inc. has appointed Buck Martin as executive vice president, project execution. He will be responsible for leadership and supervision of all Wynright projects to integrate Daifuku Wynright and third-party warehouse automation systems in the U.S.

Martin brings more than 30 years of expertise in automated project execution logistics and the supply chain industry. Before his appointment as Wynright executive vice president, he was senior project manager for Daifuku America; supported and managed intelligent automated material handling system projects for Honeywell Intelligrated; and served as CIO, information services and project manager for Fluor.

“We are very fortunate to have Buck on the Wynright team. He brings extensive expertise in the basics of logistics and supply chain operations management. He augments that with deep experience in IT integration, which is becoming increasingly essential for the next generation of warehouse and distribution center automation,” said Kevin Ambrose, President and CEO of Wynright.

Martin holds a Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering and a Master of Science in Software Development and Management from the Rochester Institute of Technology. He is also a commercial pilot with multiple ratings in single/twin engine as well as land and sea planes.

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