Oelheld U.S. Appoints New Executive Vice President

Steven Lowery has more than 30 years of manufacturing and management experience in the metalworking industry.


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Steven Lowery, Executive Vice President of oelheld U.S.

Executive Vice President Steven Lowery of oelheld U.S.

It was announced on Dec. 9 that oelheld U.S., Inc. (West Dundee, Illinois) has appointed Steven Lowery as executive vice president, effective December 1, 2020. Steven has more than 30 years of manufacturing and management experience in the metalworking industry. He will lead the oelheld U.S. team in providing industry-leading metalworking fluids developed using the latest technology, and following the firm’s guiding principle, HUTEC—Human-Technology for Man, Nature and Machine.

oelheld GmbH says it has provided innovative fluid technology for more than 130 years by constantly working on setting new standards with its products, developed through research and development in cooperation with universities, machine manufacturers, and customers to always offer the optimal lubricant solutions.


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