The MHEDA Journal - Second Quarter, 2016 - (Page 24)

mEmBEr pEAkLogix prOFiLE Bridging the Traditional with the Cutting Edge PeakLogix cost-effectively increases efficiency and productivity for clients F BY STEVE GUGLIELMO or more than 25 years, PeakLogix (Midlothian, VA) has been devoted to creatively and efficiently solving challenges for its customers. When Bob Giberson and Ron Rechenbach started the company in 1989, they saw a real opportunity to service clients differently. "We wanted to introduce a more personalized way of approaching projects," says Giberson. With that in mind, Giberson left his job and partnered with Rechenbach, a material handling veteran, to open PeakLogix. Since then, both the industry and PeakLogix have evolved and changed as new technology and trends emerged. But what has remained constant for more than 25 years is that personal touch and collaborative mindset. "We walk into every engagement as a consultant with fresh eyes," Giberson says. "Whether it's a long-standing client or a new prospect. We've never lost our entrepreneurial view of client service. They'll always be center at everything we do and we'll always view them as a partner, not just a client. That's why we're a preferred partner by our clients, many of which have been with us from the beginning in one way or another." Evolving but Keeping Tradition PeakLogix has offered turnkey solutions since its inception. However, over the years the definition of turnkey has changed and PeakLogix has changed right along with it. "We've always been turnkey," says Giberson. "Because we've had great relationships with a number of equipment and software providers, we've been able to solve our clients' challenges from front to end. Now, we incorporate more automation into our turnkey solutions." Through it all, the company's stated mission is to provide innovative solutions by maximizing resources and productivity. 24 MHEDA |

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of The MHEDA Journal - Second Quarter, 2016

Chairman’s Perspective
From the Desk of Liz Richards
Editor’s Note
Ask Your Board
MHEDA University Calendar
MHEDA Member Profile
Women @Work
Industry Puluse
Teamwork and Personal Accountability
Exhibitors' Showcase Product Guide and Floor Plan
Exhibitor Summaries
Global Citizenship
Six C-Level Cyber Blunders (And Solutions)
What to Look Forward to in 2016
How to Build a sense of Community for Your Business
Women Mean Business
What's Your Exit Strategy?
Creating Great Customer Experiences: Why, How and Why Now?
Turning Near Misses into a Winning Safety Environment
Too Much of a Good Thing
Matuson's Sixteen Workplace Predictions for 2016
New Members
Spotlight on Association News
MHEDA Milestones
Index of Advertisers by Product Category
The Last Word

The MHEDA Journal - Second Quarter, 2016