7/31/2019

UNITED GRINDING North America Announces Key Leadership Team Promotions

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As part of its continued efforts to provide customers with the highest level of service, United Grinding North America has announced several organizational changes and promotions.

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As part of its continued efforts to provide customers with the highest level of service, United Grinding North America has announced several organizational changes and promotions. These changes, which include an expanded executive vice-presidential position and a planned transition of leadership for the Tool Division, will serve as a further investment in the company’s ability to provide innovative grinding, measuring and eroding technologies to customers across the continent.

 

The promotions include Markus Stolmar, who will transition from his role as the vice president of the Tool Division to executive vice president.

Simon Manns will take over Stolmar’s leadership of the Tool Division after spending many years as the division’s technical sales manager.

Sales Support Engineer Richard Navratil has been promoted to the Tool Division’s technical sales manager position.

Outside the Tool Division, Phil Wiss has been promoted from regional sales manager III to regional sales manager IV.

Jason Barber was promoted from Information Services manager to the director of Information Services.

 

 

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