Barrie, ON – September 04, 2009
Busch Systems is pleased to announce the introduction of a new Logistics Manager. John Lajner brings over 25 years of industry experience and a strong educational background in business management to the extensive Busch portfolio.

John will be managing the operational details of the organization; drawing on his business management and development certifications, as well as, his Manufacturing Management Consultant designation to effectively produce results. John’s industry experience spans over two decades, where he assumed various roles within operational management. Most recently he provided logistical support to a moulding and high-speed assembly manufacturing facility. John hopes to apply this knowledge and experience to his new position within the recycling industry.

Busch has been the North American leader of recycling containers since 1985. They produce more new molded recycling containers each year than all other manufacturers combined, all of which are proudly made in North America and environmentally conscious. Busch strives to produce products which have the least effects to the environment possible without sacrificing quality or durability.

John’s new role will branch out to support various areas of the organization. As the Logistics Manager he will be supporting and assisting product design, production and implementation, as well as, working toward improving the logistical efficiencies of the company at large.

According to Bill Bradbury, COO and Vice President of Busch Systems, “I believe that John will be an asset to our company and look forward to the recommendations he will make for improved logistical procedures with reduced operational effects on the environment. We currently take our corporate responsibility to environmentalism seriously through the manufacturing of products which use a minimum of 35% recycled content and are 100% recyclable, but I feel that we can do even more”.

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