Hytrol Conveyor Company has promoted Boyce Bonham to chief technology officer.
Bonham has 38 years of experience in the material handling industry and has been with Hytrol since 1985.
He has served in various roles during his tenure at the company including design engineer, manager of Hytrol’s technology center, director of quality assurance, director of business development, director of integrator services and vice president, chief engineer.
In his new role, Bonham will focus on updating and streamlining Hytrol’s engineering processes. He will help to integrate necessary technological advancements to further enable the engineering team to design and execute automation solutions. Additionally, Bonham will assume responsibility for Hytrol’s new product development.
Bonham said, “I’ve been a member of the Hytrol family for many years, and I’m excited to be entrusted with this new role. I hope to dive in and lead our engineering team to new heights.”
“His expertise will lead our engineering team into a successful future, especially as we integrate new technologies both to further expedite our design procedures as well as ensure we provide our network the latest technology and products to meet the needs of their customers.
“As the subject matter expert in our industry, I am extremely fortunate to have Boyce in this role.”
Bonham has a bachelor’s degree in engineering from Arkansas State University and is highly involved in the Conveyor Equipment Manufacturers Association (CEMA). He was named a 2022 “Rainmaker” by DC Velocity for his contributions to the industry.
Bonham enjoys being outdoors, working on his hobby farm, spending time with family, and working in his church.