Robotics Industry News
Genesis Systems Group Organizational Changes
Genesis Systems, IPG Photonics Company Posted 02/01/2013Davenport, Iowa – Genesis Systems Group, the largest independent U.S. robotic workcells integrator in North America is proud to announce the promotions of Matt Sidlinger and Carol Woten.
Matt Sidlinger, Advanced Engineering Manager, will be managing the Advanced Engineering Department as well as the Process Engineering Department. Sidlinger’s current responsibilities include management of pre and post order dimensional engineering and simulation. Additional responsibilities will include the execution and management of concepting, costing, and quoting all system projects to Genesis’ customers. Sidlinger’s group will work closely with Sales, Project Management, Tooling and Marketing. Matt has been with Genesis since June of 1999.
Carol Woten has moved into the position of Director- Business Development. Woten is responsible for all direct system sales for new and existing customers of Genesis Systems Group. Woten will work closely with Advanced and Processing Engineering, Tooling, Project Management, Marketing and the OEM departments to provide the best value for customers at market pricing. Carol has been with Genesis since April of 1997.
About Genesis Systems Group
Genesis Systems Group is a recognized leader in robotic systems integration. In business since 1983, Genesis continues to grow, expanding their workforce by over 10% in the United States in 2012. Genesis specializes in factory automation with robots for welding, cutting, adhesive application, assembly, machine tending, composite non-destructive inspection and waterjet cutting. Genesis’ solutions focus is backed by expertise in part processing, process development, system and tooling design, motion controls, manufacture, and implementation of industrial automation. With over 4,300 robotic system installations, Genesis has workcells located in over 40 states and 14 different countries.
Today, Genesis Systems Group’s engineered solutions are used in manufacturing a number of different products; automobiles, construction and agricultural equipment, office furniture, trucks and trailers, lawn and garden equipment, recreational vehicles, and aerospace components to name a few.
Genesis Systems Group has offices in Davenport, Iowa, Rochester Hills, Michigan, San Juan Del Rio, Queretaro CP Mexico and Nagoya, Japan.