Con-Vey Names Goebel Vice President

Con-Vey LLC, a North American-based manufacturer of automated material handling equipment for engineered wood products, is pleased to announce the promotion of Jeremy Goebel to Vice President. With over 10 years of experience at Con-Vey, Goebel brings a wealth of industry knowledge and leadership to his new role.

Goebel joined Con-Vey as a sales representative in 2013 and quickly rose through the ranks, becoming the sales manager in 2017. With his exceptional technical skills and personable nature, Goebel has been instrumental in driving Con-Vey’s success and growth.

“We are thrilled to have Jeremy take on this new role of Vice President at Con-Vey,” asys Dave Larecy, CEO and President, “His vision, commitment, and strengths make him the right guy for the job, and we are confident he will help us achieve our strategic initiatives and continue to grow Con-Vey into the future.”

As Vice President, Goebel will continue to lead the sales team, while also managing other departments’ operations. This promotion is part of Con-Vey’s growth plan and the next step in expanding its management team.

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