Industrial Automation Veteran Jack Justice Joins KC Robotics

Justice to bring leadership, vision, and growth to robotics company.

WEST CHESTER, OH - Locally based KC Robotics has hired Jack Justice as General Manager at its West Chester, Ohio location. Jack brings over 32 years of experience in industrial automation and over a decade of management experience. His experience includes over 20 years in various roles at worldwide robot manufacturers KUKA Robotics and Yaskawa Motoman.


"Jack is the type of leader we need to position KC Robotics for growth and business development, to empower our employees to achieve higher levels of professionalism, and to strategically guide the company into the future." Says CFO Connie Carrier. "We are very excited to have Jack join KC Robotics. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in marketing and sales, systems and applications engineering, and management. His numerous contacts in the industry will be an added bonus."

In his role at KC Robotics he will provide leadership and vision to the organization; plan, direct, and coordinate the daily operational activities of the company and optimize the company's efficiency.

About KC Robotics

KC Robotics is an industrial robotic sales, service, and industrial company located just north of Cincinnati in West Chester, Ohio. Incorporated in 1990, KC Robotics works with manufacturers across the United States to develop cost efficient and productive automated solutions to give them a competitive advantage in today's market.

LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/kc-robotics
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