On June 30, electromagnetic components manufacturer Allied Motion Technologies Inc. announced that Robert P. Maida, Senior Vice President and Group President, will retire Sept. 30 after more than a decade with the company.
Maida is expected to serve in an advisory role to CEO Dick Warzala after retiring, Allied said in a news release.
“For more than a decade, Rob has been a great partner to me and has played an instrumental role in helping shape and build Allied into the global, controlled motion solution provider we are today,” Warzala said. “Rob has held various key leadership positions and roles within Allied and perhaps most significantly, has always been recognized as a team player by all within the company. On behalf of the entire Allied Motion family, we thank Rob for his dedication, insight and leadership, and I am pleased that he has agreed to serve in an advisory role in the future, as we continue to drive growth and margin expansion throughout the company.”
In line with Maida’s retirement, Allied said it is reorganizing its executive leadership team structure to “more closely align its operations with customers in its selected and highly focused target markets.”
Maida joined Allied in 2012 and has served in senior executive roles including Chief Financial Officer and Vice President of Operational Excellence. He was named Group President in 2020 to lead a realigned business unit and group structure to improve operating efficiencies and expand growth opportunities in North America, the company said.