BHS Names Charles Shull Vice President

Shull will focus on customer relationships & sales growth

Eugene, Ore. – February 14, 2022 – – Bulk Handling Systems (BHS) has named Charles Shull to the position of Vice President. In his position Shull will develop and maintain strong relationships with multi-facility customers, work with sales & marketing teams throughout the BHS group of companies, and lead new initiatives in the plastics conversion and the organics to energy sectors.

“We are very excited to add Charles to our team at BHS,” said BHS President Eric Herbert. “Charles has a distinguished career in business development, sales, and marketing at the executive level including in the plastics and paper industries. Charles will be a vital part of continuing our fast-paced growth while maintaining our high performance, results-oriented, and quality focus for our customers.”

“I am delighted to join the BHS Family of Companies,” said Shull. “BHS is a global leader in applying sophisticated technology to help solve the waste and recycling challenges our world faces. Our large global footprint, coupled with our many years of recycling infrastructure experience, world-wide install base and service teams, make BHS a trusted partner in the waste and recycling industry. I look forward to bolstering that trust while growing our market share. I feel as though my career has come full circle collecting valuable knowledge and experiences in raw materials, supply chain, manufacturing and packaging that will complement my contribution to and elevation of the waste and recycling industry.”

Shull has more than 25 years of experience in business development including executive positions at Mantaro Group, Keenpac North America, CDW Merchants and Schwarz Retail Services.

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