united grinding hqimageClick image to enlargeMarkus Stolmar has been elected as the new president and chief executive officer by the board of directors for United Grinding North America. The appointment is effective immediately.

Stolmar was selected for this position after almost 20 years in various leadership roles within the company, starting as the product manager for optical inspection equipment for WALTER, then based in Fredericksburg, VA. In 2016 he was named vice-president of tool division sales for the WALTER and EWAG brands before being appointed as executive vice-president in charge of customer care, finance, human resources, and operations in 2019.

“United Grinding North America has a beautiful new home and has grown considerably thanks to new and existing customers, talented employees and our intense focus on helping our customers overcome some of their greatest manufacturing challenges,” says Stolmar.

With nearly 200 employees across North America, Miamisburg, Ohio-based United Grinding North America manufactures grinding and finishing solutions for the manufacturing industry.

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