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PSC names new top executive

PSC Inc. today selected its new president and CEO.
The manufacturer of bar code scanning equipment and automatic data collection systems appointed Edward Borey to the posts, effective immediately.
Borey, who also will join PSC’s board, replaces interim co-CEOs Robert Ehrlich, chairman, and Bert Wasserman, a PSC director. The interim leaders had served since the resignation of Robert Strandberg on Aug. 23.
Borey most recently served as president and CEO of TranSenda International LLC, a middleware/enterprise application integration software company in Redmond, Wash. He joined that company in May.
He serves on several boards of technology companies focused on the mobile computing and medical automation markets.
Previously, Borey held senior positions in the automated data collection industry at Intermec Technologies Corp., where he was executive vice president and chief operating officer, and at the Graphics and Service Bureau Group-Paxar Corp., Monarch Marking Systems and Intermec Media.
“Ed’s extensive experience in the automatic data collection industry and at high-tech companies will serve PSC well as we refocus and rebuild the company,” Ehrlich said. “His broad background and skills in building world-class businesses will be invaluable to PSC’s future success.”
Borey said he looking forward to leading PSC.
“My initial goal is to build on the company’s core competencies and grow profitably for the benefit of customers, shareholders and employees,” he said.


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