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Monday, September 16, 2013
 
Swedish metalforming-equipment manufacturer AP&T has a new CEO. After 20 yr., Tord Andersson handed over the reins of the company to Magnus Baarman; http://www.aptgroup.com/.

United Performance Metals, Hamilton, OH, made several personnel moves. The service-center organization promoted Ward Sutton to supply chain manager; Brian Bick to director of sales; Brian Romans to director of business operations; and Kathy Esquerra to inside sales manager for its facility in California; www.upmet.com/.

Metal fabricator Ohio Laser, Plain City, OH, appointed Albert Wittkopp chief operating officer. The firm provides laser tube-, pipe- and plate-cutting services, as well as welding, bending, machining, waterjet-cutting and other metal-fabricating services; www.ohiolaser.com/.

The Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) has begun to search for a replacement for executive director/CEO Mark Tomlinson. As Tomlinson’s tenure winds down, he’ll continue to manage SME’s day-to-day operations and serve as an industry spokesperson; www.sme.org/.

Bunting Magnetics, Newton, KS, manufacturer of magnetic products for separation, material handling and other industrial applications, made several hires. Joining its team: Sultan Shaaban, design engineer for separation equipment; Isaac Castro and Eric Johnson, design engineers for material-handling equipment; and Mark McGovern, inside sales representative for separation equipment; www.buntingmagnetics.com/.

 


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