Coldwater Machine Co., Coldwater, Ohio, has launched a
redesigned website at www.coldwatermachine.com that
adapts to computer, tablet, and mobile phone screen sizes.
The new site has been reconfigured and organized to highlight
the company’s automated systems, build-to-print capabilities, and friction welding and laser equipment.
Customer case histories illustrate the company’s ability to
develop systems for the aerospace, automotive, appliance,
and energy industries. A gallery of images show projects
and systems the company has delivered. Videos embedded
throughout the site display equipment in action, and product
literature is available for download.
Cambridge, Ont.-based Shimco, a manufacturer of precision
parts and gap-management systems, has launched a newly designed corporate website at www.shimco.com. The website
features a platform with improved navigation, allowing visitors
to find the product or service they need and learn more about
the company’s capabilities, technologies, community support,
and recognition in the industry.
A customer portal will soon be added, allowing customers to
check on the status of their orders and receive automatic updates at regular intervals.
Warminster, Pa., has
hired Brandon Sto-
rie as executive sales
director. The compa-
ny has worked with
him for a few years
through his previous position at Kling-
spor Abrasives. Storie holds a degree in
applied physics (engineering) from East-
ern Nazarene College. He has diverse
experience, including designing and
building environmental remediation
equipment and a biodiesel plant, as well
as managing a general contracting busi-
ness and an excavation company.
has appointed Tony
Parente as the new
has many years of
experience and lead-
ership in the automotive metal form-
ing industry. Anchor is a supplier of
metal stampings, welded assemblies,
fabricated parts, and tooling to the au-
tomotive, appliance, agricultural, com-
mercial vehicle, consumer product, and
Dengensha America, Bedford, Ohio,
has named Scott
Kudlinski as technical service engineer
and Je; Romito as
parts business specialist.
Kudlinski is responsible for providing customers in the
with technical service
and support for the
company’s resistance welding equip-
ment. He works out of the company’s
Cincinnati o;ice. He has an extensive
background in mechanical parts and
electrical components, as well as a de-
gree from Schoolcra; College.
Romito, who works out of the Bed-
ford o;ice, supports customers in North
and Central America. His specific areas
of parts business responsibility include
customer service and support, sales
promotion, and vendor management.
Romito, who has more than 20 years
of customer service and support expe-
rience, holds a business marketing de-
gree from Mercyhurst College.
Industrial contractor and fabricator
Greenberry has named Robert Cowl-
ing as fabrication general manager for
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