When discussing the changes, Gilbert noted that “The company has experienced significant expansion over the last several years. Providing global oversight to these critical areas of our business ensures that customers receive the highest level of quality and service around the world.”
William Bundy has been promoted to President, Global Manufacturing. His responsibilities include management of all Bundy Baking Solutions pan and equipment manufacturing operations and leadership teams. William has been with company for over 10 years and most recently served as leader of European operations.
Robert Bundy has been promoted to President, Global Coating Operations. He is responsible for the management of all Bundy Baking Solutions pan refurbishment and coating facilities and their leadership teams. Robert has over 15 years of service with the company serving in various management positions for the pan coating businesses.
Jason Tingley has been promoted to Global Innovation Officer. Jason has been with the company for over 30 years and served as Vice President of American Pan for the last 10 years. In his new role, Jason will lead multinational teams focused on new product development and process improvements.
Bundy Baking Solutions, headquartered in Urbana, Ohio, USA, provides baking pans and equipment to the global baking industry with locations worldwide including two facilities in the UK, one in Spain and one in Romania. The family owned group of companies includes American Pan, Chicago Metallic, DuraShield, Pan Glo, RTB, Shaffer and Synova.
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While Ohio is easing up on restrictions and implementing a staggered approach to re-opening industries and businesses, it remains necessary to take diligent efforts to prevent the continued spread of COVID-19. To protect our staff and the general public, Champaign County Department of Job and Family Services (CCDJFS) closed its’ OhioMeansJob (OMJ) Center and CCDJFS lobby in March of 2020. Although both locations have been closed for in-person/walk in service, all programs have continued to function and provide necessary assistance to those in need. Our offices have remained staffed Monday-Friday from 8:00am-4:30pm and staff have been accessible, remotely, during regular business hours. Information on how to access our services remotely, can be found on our website at http://www.champaigndjfs.org/.
Although the “Stay at Home” order expired on May 1, 2020, Ohioans are still ordered to stay at home, unless it is to engage in activities permitted and outlined in the “Stay Safe Ohio” order.
To follow the Governor’s lead, the following staggered approach to re-opening OMJ and CCDJFS lobby will occur, while implementing necessary precautions to protect the health and safety of our employees and customers.
Phase One (May 11th-May 31, 2020):
Phase Two (June 1st, 2020):
We thank you for your continued understanding, support and patience as we work together as a community to provide necessary services in the safest and healthiest manner possible.
Submitted Story from Champaign County Department of Job & Family Services
Questions about occupancy for your business based on the new protocols? Please call Dana Booghier, Champaign County Building Regulations at (937) 484-1602. He is available to assist.
This service is free of charge thanks to the commissioners using the economic development funds available through Champaign County. Please plan ahead and call Dana at the number above to discuss if you need a new occupancy certification and if so to schedule a time at your facility.