James Cabak

James Cabak
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James Cabak's Biography

Type Of Business:
Food Service Equipment Manufacturing Company
Marketing Area:
International
Expertise:
Mr. Cabak's expertise is in leading edge design concepts, mechanical conveyance systems, mass transit monorails, systems design engineering, semirobotic interface and advanced dishwashing systems.
Major Product/SVS:
Advanced Ergonomic Conveyor Systems for Food Services, Dishwashing and Tray Assembly, Computer and Telecommunication Sheet Metal Components
Favorite Business Publication:
The Wall Street Journal, LIFE
Hobbies/Sports:
Racing Cars, Listening to Classical Music, Science, Think Tanks, Long Range Social Evolution, History
Affiliations Awards:
North American Association of Food Equipment; National Restaurant Association; Canadian Food Service Executives Association
Place of Birth:
Minneapolis, MN
Work History:
Air Canada; CP Air; Cara Operations; IBM; Xerox, 3M; Kelloggs; Intel; United Airlines; Air France; Rubbermaid; Bell Telephone Coin Center (1984); Anton Pillar Raid
Throughout the duration of your career, what was the one highlight that stood out the most?:
The highlights of his career were being able to design commercial, ergonomic and high-volume dishwashing equipment that is used throughout the world and being involved in city-wide mass transit monorail systems.
Charity:
Local Homeless Shelter
Number Of Years In Profession:
39
Number Of Years In Current Position:
16
What Does He/She Attribute Success To:
He attributes his success to his relentless perseverance and imagination.
Why did you become involved in your profession or industry?:
He became involved in his profession because it was his family business.
Extended Bio Profile:
Mr. Cabak is presently working on the new millennium semi-robotic dishwashing for military applications. He previously worked in several projects including power roller self-alignment bearing in 1983, in SkyRail from 1985 to 1988, ergonomic human and machine interface design in 1985, auto-plate rinse and movable rack stations in 1986 and robotic lens finishing in 1990. Mr. Cabak invented his first mechanical invention at the age of 11, which is still in use today in the company's main product line and also by other companies.
Position Responsibilities and Duties:
Overseeing Staff, Overseeing Implementation and Construction of Main Product Lines, Planning for Short-Range and Long-Range, Analyzing Trends, Managing Media and Marketing Activities, Overseeing Designs and Core Design Improvement, Saving Costs
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