Wilson Tool International has announced a change in leadership following the retirement of its CEO.
After more than 30 years of service to the manufacturing industry, the last 16 years as Chief Executive Officer of Wilson Tool International, Brian Robinson will be retiring in the fall of 2023. He will continue to lead the organization and work alongside Wilson Tool’s Board of Directors ensuring a seamless transition to the new CEO, Paul Johnson.
Brian Robinson spent 16 years at the helm of Wilson Tool International.
“On behalf of the entire Wilson family, we would like to share our immense gratitude and admiration for Brian. Brian has led Wilson Tool with the values Wilson Tool was built upon – integrity, loyalty, fairness and a good name. Brian took Wilson Tool to new levels, creating opportunities for growth by rewarding hard work and good ideas. We are extremely proud of how he has represented our family business over his career,” the company said in a release.
Paul Johnson, Wilson Tool’s new CEO.
On June 1st, Wilson Tool began the transition to Paul Johnson as the new CEO. Johnson brings 36 years of experience in the industry as a machinist, manager, VP of operations and President of Corporate Development.
Wilson Tool International, is an independent manufacturer of tooling systems for punch presses, press brakes, and punch and die components for the stamping and tableting industries.