Stäubli Corporation Hires New Southeast Regional Sales Manager

Webb holds a Bachelor of Science in Engineering and Management from Clarkson University and is a graduate of the Executive Management Development program from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.

Stäubli Corporation is pleased to announce the addition of James (Jim) Webb to their Robotics Division sales team. Webb will serve as Regional Sales Manager for the Southeastern territory, which includes Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia.


Webb holds a Bachelor of Science in Engineering and Management from Clarkson University and is a graduate of the Executive Management Development program from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Webb has 31 years of executive management and sales experience in factory automation.

"Mr. Webb brings extensive experience in robotics and automation to our group," said Joe Gemma, CEO of Stäubli Corporation. "Jim's passion and energy are infectious and we know he will broaden the scope of our business and support to our customer base in the Southeast. His distinguished career has led him into mechanics, engineering and automation, giving him a breadth of knowledge and skills that will enhance our ability to provide superior service and expertise in the market place."

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