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Superior Die Set Corporation Announces New CEO


Last updated on 7/22/2019
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Superior Die Set Corporation President and CEO Frank Janiszewski announced that the company has hired a new CEO, Martin Girga, to lead the organization.

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Superior Die Set Corporation President and CEO Frank Janiszewski announced that the company has hired a new CEO, Martin Girga, to lead the organization. Over the past 96 years, the company’s many employees, under the leadership of three generations of Janiszewskis, have made Superior a global leader in the industry. This pivotal change will position Superior, its clients and employees for continued greatness.

According to the company, in order to continue meeting customer requirements in an increasingly competitive and strong market, adding Girga provides Superior with exceptional outside experience, which will take the company to the next level of operational execution, commercial growth and financial strength. Girga will be handling all day-to-day business responsibilities, while Frank and Casey Janiszewski remain the majority shareholders, as well as cochairmen of the Board of Directors. Girga brings a valuable background of vision, leadership and process improvement with world class companies such as Danaher, ITT Industrial Process and Orchid Orthopedic. Most recently, he was the Vice President and General Manager of Giddings and Lewis in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. 

Girga will be handling all day-to-day business responsibilities, while Frank and Casey Janiszewski remain the majority shareholders, as well as cochairmen of the Board of Directors. Girga adds that the company is positioned well for growth and that the company plans to build on existing foundation by focusing on customer value, as well as meeting with suppliers and team members to better understand customers’ and organizational needs.

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