Tim Harlan Named 2017 Associate of the Year

December 19, 2017 Topics: Announcements, News


Sedlak congratulates Director of Client Services Tim Harlan on being named Associate of the Year for 2017. Tim has been with Sedlak for 12 years and has over 34 years of distribution and consulting experience with demonstrated success in process development and operations management.

“Tim has been with us a long time and is very dedicated, both to our clients and our firm,” said President Will O’Brien at the award presentation.

Principal Patrick Sedlak added, “Tim brings enthusiasm to all aspects of his work – his client assignments as well as internal activities.”

Tim has held a variety of challenging positions in design, development and implementation of material handling systems, as well as project management, and distribution center operations. Prior to joining Sedlak, Tim worked at Blair Corporation, and served 10 years as director of operations. His responsibilities included improving and expanding distribution services for the company’s 850,000 sq. ft. national order fulfillment center. Tim’s expertise also includes the design and implementation of large-scale automated material handling systems with an emphasis on transition management and integration with order, labor and warehouse management systems

He earned an A.A.S. degree in Architectural Technologies at Williamsport Community College (The Pennsylvania State University Pennsylvania College of Technology).

In accepting the award, Tim said, “One thing I can say without hesitation is that the group of people we work with are among the best. Whenever you need help people respond – they share their expertise and step up whenever asked. It makes our work a lot easier and I’m truly appreciative.”

Congratulations, Tim!

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