Manufacturing Lives Here Podcast: Transforming Your Business, Modern OEE

About Our Special Guests:

Greg Koutny, is one of the Automation Plus Engineering Specialist, a 38-year veteran of the engineering consulting and automation industry. Roles during this time include mechanical designer, automation systems engineer, project engineer, project manager, program manager, sales manager, operations manager, vice president, and general manager. He has helped some of the largest Fortune 500 companies develop many standardized approaches, including site master-planning, through-put analysis, packaging line design methodologies, and software platforms.

Dennis Romak, Dennis is a Senior Vice President for the Plus Group. He has an Architectural degree and MBA along with 30 years of experience in contracting, manufacturing and consulting.  He has worked in the pharmaceutical, food & beverage, chemical and automotive industries his entire career.  He is recognized for his ability to build long-lasting, loyal customer relationships by not only providing outstanding products and services, but by acting as a resource in all facets of the business.

John Glenski, president of Automation Plus, has been recognized for his leadership by various organizations, most notably Cincinnati Business Courier, Control Engineer/Plant Engineer Magazine, and National Multiple Sclerosis Society. John is known for being an innovative and passionate leader in manufacturing technology, with a demonstrated history of providing advanced manufacturing solutions to the world’s largest manufacturers. John works collaboratively with internal and external partners, delivering innovative solutions for Automation, IT, Packaging, & Information Solutions applications focusing on regulated industries. Skilled in team and resource development, strategic planning, and developing new products/technologies. John has written multiple abstracts and papers, including:

Learning & Leading: Preparing the Next Generation of Project Managers in a Technology-Centric World