CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jeffrey Corso has been named Chief Financial & Chief Administrative Officer for Automated Handling Solutions (AHS), responsible for financial strategy and operations for Cablevey Conveyors and Spiroflow, two manufacturers in the specialty conveyance and material handling sector.
AHS, the most recent platform of Chicago-based May River Capital private equity firm, was launched in April 2022 with the acquisitions of Cablevey Conveyors, a market leading manufacturer of patented tubular drag conveyance systems for food and beverage and high value industrial applications and Spiroflow, a global manufacturer of material handling equipment and provider of control systems integration.
“Jeff brings a strong track record of experience and results driving both organic and acquisitive growth, including integration of European acquisitions, for a range of global enterprises serving as both a financial and operations leader,” said May River Executive Resource Group member Brad Sterner, CEO of Cablevey and Executive Chairman of AHS.
Most recently, Corso was with Polaris Corporation in Minneapolis where he spent the last four years in increasing levels of responsibility, the most recent being Senior Director of Commercialization. Prior to Polaris, Corso spent two and four years with IDEX Corporation and Xylem respectively.
Corso is a CPA and holds master’s and bachelor’s degrees in Accounting from Florida State University.
About Automated Handling Solutions
Automated Handling Solutions (www.automatedhandlingsolutions.com) is a conveyance and material handling platform operated by May River Capital, a Chicago-based private equity firm focused on investing in lower middle-market, industrial growth companies. AHS consists of Spiroflow (www.spiroflow.com) and Cablevey Conveyors (www.cablevey.com), two long-time global industry leaders in conveyor, material handling and control technologies sold to marquee companies in the food and beverage and high value industrial sectors around the world.