INVOTEC Mentors Students

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Centerville High School’s Project Lead the Way Engineering Technology Program took home five of the seven available honors awarded at the DTMA Bots Competition held October 21, 2010, as part of the Advanced Manufacturing and Technology Show. First place, The People’s Choice Award, and Best Engineered Robot went to Team Mead and their robot Orange Krush. The team was mentored by Mead and INVOTEC. To read the full article, click here. To visit the website for the Centerville-Bellbrook Times (now … Read More

INVOTEC IN CINCINNATI BUSINESS COURIER

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John Hanna has a lofty goal for his business: to double its size in the next five years.  INVOTEC – a shortened spin on the terms innovation and technology – designs and manufactures customized assembly, inspection and test systems.  Its customers come from the medical, automotive, defense aerospace and consumer industries.  Medical device manufacturing and testing is the company’s largest segment. Since its inception in 1993, INVOTEC steadily grew revenue by 21 percent each year until 2006, when it peaked … Read More

INVOTEC Sales Team Grows

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Jerry’s role will include managing the needs of these key customers, including concepts, quotations, customer visits, and addressing any other issues that may arise.  The addition of Jerry to the INVOTEC sales department will allow focus to be placed on maximizing customer satisfaction, as well as the expansion of the company’s relationship with these new customers.  We are pleased to add Jerry’s customer relationship experience, from this industry, to our company. Click here to read Jerry’s recent write-up in the Dayton … Read More

INVOTEC IN DAYTON BUSINESS JOURNAL

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John Hanna, the CEO of INVOTEC Engineering, Inc., says the business’ 30,000-square-foot facility will be extended to 60,000-square feet and its employee base will jump from 50 to 100 in the next five years.  The goal appears reachable.  The Miamisburg manufacturing company has been booming in the past year.  It grew revenue 40 percent and expanded from 35 to 50 employees.  Now it is hiring another five employees this year. INVOTEC officials said the key to their recent success has … Read More

"PEOPLE ON THE MOVE"

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Mike Zimmerman, INVOTEC’s Engineering Manager, was promoted to Project Operations Manager.  INVOTEC then brought Vince Barbisan on as the new Engineering Manager.  Darlene Walsh was hired as the company’s new purchasing agent. To read the full article and learn more about these three employees and their responsibilities, click here.

INVOTEC IN "PROFILE MAGAZINE" MARCH-APRIL 2011

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The recession was just ending when INVOTEC co-creators John Hanna and Daryl Greywitt decided to strike out on their own in 1993.  Recessions are not usually ideal for job hunting, but they are known for motivating entrepreneurs to follow through on good ideas, which is just what Hanna and Greywitt did. Both men were working for the same employer at the time, and it looked like things were about to start going downhill within the company.  “We decided that we … Read More