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On Track Innovations Announces Resignation Chairman And President & CMO

On Track Innovations Ltd. (OTVI) said Monday that its Chairman Oded Bashan and President & CMO Ohad Bashan have submitted letters of resignation, resigning from their respective positions with the company and its subsidiaries, effective June 23, 2013, which is the last date of the advance notice period according to their employment contracts.

Oded Bashan will retain his role as a director on On Track Innovations' board.
Oded Bashan founded On Track Innovations about 23 years ago and managed it since then.

Ohad Bashan joined the company 16 years ago and served in several positions. In the last 5 years , he acted as the President and CMO of On Track Innovations and the CEO of OTI America.

The company said it expects to fill the vacancies left by the resignations of Oded Bashan and Ohad Bashan by or before June 23, 2013, including the position of Chief Executive Officer, which became vacant on December 12, 2012 as announced earlier this month.

by RTT Staff Writer

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