ORLANDO, Fl. – Safemark Systems, the hospitality industry’s leading provider of hotel safes, has appointed Steve Cerar as vice president of operations. Cerar will play an integral role in achieving the company’s aggressive business plan moving forward, with a strong focus on enhancing Safemark’s worldwide logistics.
“Steve is a great addition to Safemark’s executive team. He has extraordinary and relevant experience in global logistics, manufacturing, and operations. In addition, Steve is an educated engineer who will play a valuable role in the design and development of our next generation product line,” said Steve Davis, president of Safemark.
In his new role, Cerar will use his expertise to provide strategic direction as well as hands-on leadership in all areas of operations. He will be responsible for refining Safemark’s worldwide logistics and implementing cost reductions through a greater knowledge of freight and hubbing. He is also charged with overseeing purchasing material and processes as well as manufacturing and inventory control. Cerar received his engineering degree from the University of Central Florida in Orlando and offers more than 20 years of experience managing worldwide capacity planning and supply chain optimization.
“Safemark is an industry leader for guest room security solutions. I am excited to create, support, and sustain distributor relationships around the world, and look forward to working closely with the Safemark team to further enrich cost control, inventory management, and to continue to innovate in the areas of safe design and quality,” said Cerar.
Safemark hotel safes include the industry’s most comprehensive audit trail and are sized to accommodate multiple valuables including 17” laptops. As an added peace of mind, all Safemark hotel safes include a limited 5-year manufacturer’s warranty and an exclusive $10,000 warranty against forced entry.
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