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Bishop-wisecarver Hires Vice President Of Marketing

Old 03-10-2011, 12:52 PM
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Pittsburg, CA -- March 8, 2011 -- Bishop-Wisecarver Corporation, manufacturer of the original DualVeeŽ guide wheel and industry leader in guided motion technology, announced today the appointment of Nandan Mehta as the Vice President of Marketing. With a strong mechanical engineering and business development background, Mehta comes to Bishop-Wisecarver with more than 20 years of experience working in various markets including aerospace, power generation, defense, appliance, medical devices and automotive.

"I am thrilled at the level of experience that Nandan will bring to the executive team of Bishop-Wisecarver," said Pamela Kan, president of Bishop-Wisecarver. "His knowledge and skill set is critical for the next stage of growth planned for our company."

Mehta holds a Master's degree in mechanical engineering with an MBA in finance, and is the holder of three successful US patents. Prior to joining Bishop-Wisecarver, he worked for a Fortune 200 company with more than 650 divisions manufacturing a wide range of products in multiple markets. Since his hire, he has taken on Bishop-Wisecarver's marketing policies, objectives and initiatives in a strategic direction that deepens the company's focus on innovation.

"Innovation has been the back bone of Bishop-Wisecarver," said Mehta. "We continue to focus our efforts in developing products that serve both our customer and market needs."

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About Bishop-Wisecarver

Bishop-Wisecarver Corporation has remained one of the most respected names in guided motion technology since 1950. The San Francisco Bay Area company manufactures, stocks, and distributes guided motion components and systems for linear, rotary and curved track applications. Bishop-Wisecarver products are used worldwide in industries such as packaging, medical device manufacturing, wood processing, food processing, and semi-conductor fabrication.
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