GF Machining Solutions Announces Leadership Changes
As part of the company’s ongoing commitment to quality, innovation and long-term growth, GF Machining Solutions recently announced two key leadership changes, effective September 1, 2019.
As part of the company’s ongoing commitment to quality, innovation and long-term growth, GF Machining Solutions recently announced two key leadership changes, effective September 1, 2019. Scott Fosdick, former president and head of market region North and Central America, has been promoted to the position of head of sales, marketing, business development and communications for the global organization. Phil Hauser, formerly the director of sales and head of turbine group at GF Machining Solutions USA will assume Fosdick’s former position.
Scott Fosdick holds a degree in electrical and computer engineering from the University of Colorado. Between 1994 and 2019, Fosdick served in a variety of capacities for the company, including field service engineer, advanced technical support manager, service and applications manager for the Asia region, president of GF Machining Solutions in southern China, and market segment manager for aerospace and automotive in Asia, before returning to the United States to become president and head of market region Americas. In his new position, Fosdick will oversee all sales, marketing, communications, and business development activities for the global organization.
Phil Hauser joined the company in May 2015 and has since served as director of sales and most recently as head of the turbine group, Liechti America. Prior to his work at GF Machining Solutions, Hauser was president of EMCO Maier Corporation and sales manager at MS Precision Components, LLC. Hauser received a Bachelor of Business Administration, Management and Operations in 2013 from AFW Wirtschaftsakademie Bad Harzburg GmbH in Harzburg, Germany. As president of market region North and Central America, Hauser is responsible for sales, marketing, and service operations for the region.
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