Adcock Succeeds Retiring Rhymer at B&C Technologies


Al Adcock (left) has become vice president of sales and marketing for B&C Technologies, succeeding Bill Rhymer, who is retiring after eight years with the company. (Photo: B&C Technologies)

Staff Writer |

PANAMA CITY, Fla. — Al Adcock has been named vice president of sales and marketing for industrial laundry equipment manufacturer B&C Technologies, the company reports, succeeding Bill Rhymer, who is retiring after eight years with B&C.

Rhymer has 48 years of experience in the laundry industry, having worked for several different manufacturers, the company reports.

“We are very thankful for Bill's contributions to B&C and hope he enjoys his retirement,” says Bengt Bruce, president of B&C Technologies.

“I am leaving B&C with mixed emotions,” says Rhymer. “They have excellent products and services, and I will sorely miss the camaraderie of my fellow employees. On the other hand, I relish the opportunity to be free of the daily grind and be able to get out on the road again to visit my friends and family.”

Rhymer thanked the Bruce and Cowen families for their support.

Adcock has been with the company since B&C Technologies began, starting as an engineer before becoming technical manager. His background in the laundry industry began in 1992, and he has been “instrumental in the design of several machines on the market.”

“Having someone who completely understands the mechanics of the equipment on our sales team is a huge asset,” says Bruce. “Al has been a vital part of B&C, and we are excited to have him in this position.”

“I'm looking forward to the challenge and continuing the success of B&C Technologies,” says Adcock.



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