joe kane rollomaticClick image to enlargeThe Rollomatic Group has appointed Joe Kane as Group COO for both Rollomatic Inc and Strausak Inc. Kane will continue to hold his position as president of Strausak Inc.

The combined companies will further fill out their global presence in providing top solutions for precision tool grinding.

Joe will continue to be based in the company's North America office located in Mundelein, IL.

In this position, Joe will oversee all areas related to the operation of the two companies. He will personally manage the combined team of applications engineers and he will provide leadership and training to the field service manager, parts & logistics manager and the customer solutions manager and their respective teams. The day-to-day running of the company, IT/IS and facility will also be the responsibility of Joe.

“Joe’s impressive track record working as President of Strausak Inc. and his ability to communicate and relate to people make him the ideal leader. Such qualities are key to expanding the brand name and drive the ever-evolving new technologies of the companies. We fully expect that his talents will support the profitable growth of the Rollomatic and Strausak business”, said Eric Schwarzenbach, President of Rollomatic Inc. Mundelein, IL.

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