Simpson will serve as consultant to the company
It is rare today that a person spends their entire career servicing one industry. This is something people in the industry recognize of Sam Simpson who announced his plans to retire from Gerber. “When someone spends more than 47 years in an industry, it becomes a part of them,” stated Sam Simpson, vice president of global strategic accounts at Gerber.
Brandy Moore Joins Gerber as Vice President, Global Service and Aftermarket
Tuesday, June 13, 2017 •Categories: Corporate
As markets tighten, ever-changing consumer demands and competitive pressures intensify, the time for driving efficiency and keeping teams up and running has never been more important. Gerber has a long history of providing industry leading service and support after the initial sale of their automation solution and software products. The addition of Brandy Moore to the team will ensure the level of excellence customers expect from Gerber is maintained.
Thursday, May 4, 2017 •Categories: Corporate
Gerber Technology as part of a succession plan, the appointment of a new CEO, Mohit Uberoi, to succeed retiring Mike Elia effective Friday, May 5. Elia will join Gerber Technology’s Board of Directors continuing to provide leadership and on going counsel.
Gerber Aligns Management, Continues Pursuit to Make it Easy For Companies to Embrace Their Digital Reality
Steve Gore Promoted to Senior Vice President of Automation Solutions
With the digital revolution in fashion comes a change to how companies execute their workflow to go from concept to consumer quicker in an effort to stay on trend. The market demands and ever changing consumer tastes are requiring companies to accelerate their adoption of automation and digitization to remain competitive.
Thursday, September 1, 2016 •Categories: Corporate
Gerber Technology, the world leader in integrated software, automation and vision systems for the apparel, graphics, packaging and other industrial markets, today announced American Industrial Partners (AIP) acquired all of its outstanding shares. The investment in Gerber was made out of American Industrial Partners Capital Fund VI, LP – a $1.8 billion fund that closed in September 2015.