Feb. 2 2023 08:19 AM

Change in Leadership Brings Fresh Outlook

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AMS Galaxy USA is pleased to announce that Bradley Biehl will take on the role of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Suzanne Meck will be taking over as the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of AMS Galaxy USA effective January 12, 2023.

Bradley has filled the role of President for the past six years and is looking forward to his new position.

“I never dreamed that my journey with robotic milking would have led me down such an interesting path, and I am sincerely blessed with the opportunities it has brought me,” says Biehl. “As Suzanne steps into this role, I will move out of the role of President to focus on my passion areas of new product development and innovations, product reliability improvements, and being a fellow dairy producer to our Galaxy family.”

Biehl will continue to serve as the owner, oversee and consult with Suzanne on a regular basis, lead the technical and engineering departments, and embody a visionary role for the company.

Meck joined AMS Galaxy USA in 2021 as the Director of Sales and Marketing. She brings a wealth of dairy industry experience and passion for dairy producers to her new role.

“I look forward to continuing to build relationships with our customers and partners,” Meck explains. “The dairy industry is near and dear to my heart and I’m so excited to help grow an organization that gives so much to the future of the industry.”

Over the course of the next year, AMS Galaxy USA plans to add more leadership positions to the organization.

AMS Galaxy USA (www.amsgalaxyusa.com) is an industry leader in the development of total farm solutions for dairy farms.

The company combines the human capital of its engineers and agricultural technical staff to create and deploy advanced technologies, which create the optimal production conditions for dairy cows and calves, as well as goats, with essential considerations for animal well-being. Solutions range from robotic milking needed on the smallest dairies to the largest dairies, automated feeding, automatic bedding, cow comfort products, and Herd Monitoring/Total Farm Automation software products.