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Gencor Announces Management Promotions

May 30, 2012
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ORLANDO, FL-Gencor Industries announces the following changes to its management team:

Eric E. Mellen-who joined Gencor in 2011 as director of corporate development-will be promoted to CFO. Previously, Mellen worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers for 11 years and IBM Corp. for six years in progressive finance roles, as well as four years in business valuation and advisory services. He has a BS in Finance and Management and an MBA.

As a result, Marc G. Elliott will transfer his principal financial and accounting officer duties to Mellen. Elliot will continue as president of Gencor Industries, a position he has held since 2005.

Larry C. Maingot will be promoted to vice president and controller from director of finance. Maingot joined Gencor in 2009 after working at Bairnco Corp. for 15 years, most recently as CFO. Prior to Bairnco, Maingot worked at Arthur Andersen LLP for five years. Larry holds a BS in Accounting.

Larry K. Miles will be promoted to vice president of product support. Miles joined Gencor in 2006 as director of product support. Previously, he worked for 17 years at FMC Corp. and Hyster Co. for 13 years. Miles also worked at Tesco Equipment LLC for four years in the areas of engineering, manufacturing, quality, logistics, and customer service. Larry holds a BS in Engineering.

Gencor Industries is a diversified heavy machinery manufacturer for the production of highway construction materials, synthetic fuels and environmental control machinery and equipment used in a variety of applications.

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