Lenexa, KS – 4/2/2021 Bill Mead is appointed as Chief Financial Officer of Magnum Systems, a North American equipment manufacturer of bulk solids pneumatic conveying and packaging automation systems. He assumed responsibilities on Monday, March 22, 2021.
"I’ve spent my entire career in manufacturing businesses and have always found it fascinating to be a part of producing things that other people or organizations are able to put to good use. I’m excited to be joining a company with a strong history of solving problems for its customers and am looking forward to helping the Magnum team grow this business" - Bill Mead, CFO.
A native of Parsons, KS, Bill comes to us with over 25 years of experience with manufacturing companies. He started his career in 1995 as a Staff Accountant with Orbseal, a manufacturer of sealants and adhesives for automotive OEM’s, progressing to the positions of Purchasing Manager, and Accounting Manager. He joined Kalmar Industries in 2005, a manufacturer of industrial material and container handling equipment, as Division Controller. In 2008, Bill was recruited to CST Industries, a manufacturer of storage tanks and geodesic domes, for the position of Vice President/Corporate Controller where he managed the accounting and treasury functions as well as the health and benefit plans.
Bill received his Bachelor of Arts in Accounting from Ottawa University and his MBA in Finance & International Business from the University of Kansas. Bill passed the CPA exam upon receiving his undergraduate degree and he holds the Certified Management Accountant designation from the IMA.
“Bill’s experience with manufacturing and extensive knowledge of cost accounting, operating systems, bank relations, and human resources are a perfect fit for Magnum Systems.” – John Sinks, CEO.
About Magnum Systems, Inc.
Magnum Systems, engineers, designs, and manufactures integrated pneumatic conveying and packaging automation systems for bulk solids industries. With 60 years of experience is an array of industries from aggregates/minerals, chemicals, and plastics, to agriculture, food, and other solids handling.