Greg Jehlik will retire as CEO of Maxcess after nearly a decade with the company
Oklahoma City, OK - Maxcess, a global leader in innovative products and services for web handling applications, has announced the retirement of Greg Jehlik as CEO of the organization. After an exhaustive search, Maxcess’ parent company Berwind has named Odd Joergenrud (pictured) to succeed Jehlik.
“Odd brings a wealth of global leadership and manufacturing expertise to Maxcess,” said Tim Callahan, CEO of Berwind. “His entrepreneurial and commercial expertise will contribute to the continued growth and success of Maxcess.”
Odd comes to Maxcess from BBB Industries, a global leader in the remanufacturing of automotive parts, where he was President and CCO. Prior to that, he spent 23 years with Robert Bosch in executive roles that took him all over the world. In his last position at Bosch he was President of its $1 Billion aftermarket business in North America.
“I am honored to be a part of the Maxcess team,” said Joergenrud. “It is a privilege to be a part of an organization that delivers innovative products and solutions to the best clients, develops talented professionals and operates on a global scale.”
To help assist in building out the global Maxcess platform, Jehlik will be consulting on future mergers and acquisitions. The company has added five acquisitions to its portfolio since 2015.
About Maxcess: Maxcess helps its customers maximize productivity through innovative products and services worldwide. By combining more than 320 years of global service and support across the storied brands of Fife, Tidland, MAGPOWR, Webex, Valley Roller, Menges Roller and Componex, Maxcess offers an unrivaled network of application experts. Visit them online www.maxcessintl.com