Advanced Heat Treat Corp., Waterloo,
Iowa, has added Mark Hemsath to its ex-
ecutive team as director of sales and mar-
keting. Hemsath holds a bachelor’s degree
in business from Miami University and an
MBA from the University of Toledo. He has
30 years of experience in heat treat furnace
sales and an extensive engineering-based background, serving most recently as thermal group general manager with
AutoForm Engineering GmbH, Wilen
b. Wollerau, Switzerland, a supplier of so;ware for the sheet metal forming industry,
has appointed Dr. Detlef Schneider as COO.
He brings to the position extensive experience in business and management, having
previously worked at Altair. Schneider holds
a master’s degree and a PhD in mechanical engineering.
Dallas Industries, Troy, Mich., a manufacturer of coil
handling and press feeding equipment and controls for the
has appointed War-
ren Hawley as plant
has over 25 years of
experience in the
industry. He previ-
ously worked for the company in the
Systems, a manufacturer of CNC plasma,
oxyfuel, and waterjet
cutting machines in
Valley Center, Kan.,
has named Steve
Goforth as regional sales manager serving the western U.S. He has more than
two decades of experience in professional sales and corporate training.
Goforth worked most recently at Image Case Services as account manager.
Before that, he spent nearly 25 years
with Hilti Inc. He holds a bachelor’s degree in marketing from Oklahoma State
University and also served in the U.S.
Wis., has hired Mike
Schauls as vice president of operations
overseeing production and scheduling
of the company’s
paint, anodize, and related services.
Schauls comes to the company a;er
serving six years at Northwire Inc., most
recently as vice president of operations
and engineering. Before that he worked
for Oshkosh Corp. for 14 years. He holds
a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Wisconsin—Madison and an MBA from the University of Wisconsin—Oshkosh.
laser cutting system
Optonics Corp. has
Mercurio from applications manager
to Midwest central regional sales manager. His territory includes Illinois, Iowa,
Nebraska, and St. Louis.
Mercurio has more than 20 years of
experience with the company. A member of the Fabricators & Manufacturers
Association’s Industrial Laser Technology Council, he has spoken at multiple
events about laser cutting technology.
Sudbury, Mass.-based Methods Machine Tools Inc. has promoted Jerry
Rex from COO to president. Former
President Bryon Deysher has accepted
Mark Hemsath Detlef Schneider Warren Hawley