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Jeff Woroniecki named President of Seizmic

March 30, 2016 - Seizmic, Inc. announces the appointment of Jeff Woroniecki as President. In his new role, Mr. Woroniecki will oversee the overall operations of the Covina, CA-based material handling engineering firm.

Woroniecki’s appointment comes at a time of tremendous growth for Seizmic, which has recently doubled their manufacturing and office footprint.

"In order to successfully manage our recent growth, I decided to reach out to my good friend Jeff Woroniecki," says Sal Fateen, CEO of Seizmic, Inc. "Jeff’s keen vision, energy and collaborative spirit will take this organization to a whole new level of success.“

“I am committed to building on this momentum and look forward to working closely with staff to lead Seizmic’s growth strategy,” says Woroniecki. “We have a great opportunity to capitalize on the company’s current market success and continue to grow. I am excited be a part of this exciting chapter in Seizmic’s history.”

Woroniecki most recently served as Chief Operating Officer at MHI. He has over 25 years of material handling industry experience including previous roles at MHI member companies UNARCO Material Handling and Interlake Mecalux.

Woroniecki holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (BSCE) in Structural & Materials Engineering from Purdue University and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Operations & Management from Loyola University.

Seizmic, Inc. has specialized in the design and analysis of material handling equipment since 1985. Their expertise also includes the anchoring of equipment such as storage racks, shelving, mezzanines, conveyors, carousels, tanks, machinery, movables, fencing, and gondolas; all products that require a licensed engineer's certification to satisfy building department requirements in all 50 states.

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