Jay Brown appointed Vice President of the business segment Light
Effective since the 1st October 2013, Jay Brown has taken over worldwide responsibility for Schenck Process Group’s business segment Light. Brown replaces the former Vice President, Stewart Murdoch, who has decided to leave Schenck Process after 14 years at the company to pursue new professional challenges.
Jay Brown maintains his current role as Managing Director of Schenck Process LLC. Among his various achievements in this role, he successfully managed the merger of Mac Process LLC and Schenck AccuRate Inc. to form Schenck Process LLC.
Brown began his career in 1983 with Deloitte Touche where he spent seven years serving in both audit and tax capacities before taking a position at the Didde Corporation where he was promoted to CFO. In 2000, he joined MAC Equipment Inc. as the CFO and later the CEO. MAC Equipment Inc. became known as Mac Process LLC in 2011 when acquired by the Schenck Process Group. Mac Process is one of the leading providers of air filtration and pneumatic conveying technology. Brown holds a Master of Science in Accounting from the University of Missouri-Kansas City and is a Vice President at Process Equipment Manufacturers Association (PEMA).
“We thank Stewart Murdoch for his long and successful support. He has made a considerable contribution to driving the international development and growth of Schenck Process. We are pleased that Jay Brown, who is particularly experienced and highly valued, will succeed him,” said Dr Jochen Weyrauch, President and CEO of Schenck Process.
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