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Elkhart Announces Another Expansion

New personnel hired and building expanded

Elkhart, IN, October 2, 2008 —After more than 100 years in business, expansion is nothing new at Elkhart Brass. Continuing their tradition of leadership in the firefighting equipment industry, Elkhart recently announced the completion of the Engineering Wing at their corporate headquarters and a staff expansion to fill it.

“As part of our on-going efforts to innovate and exceed customer expectations on new products, Elkhart Brass recently re-structured our engineering department,” stated Todd Lozier, Director of Engineering for Elkhart Brass.
“Today, we’re proud to announce hiring for two of our new engineering management positions and a core staff position.”

Steve Bollinger has been hired as the Industrial Systems Product Manager. Steve comes from a primarily automotive engineering background; he has been awarded 7 patents and has extensive experience with international customers and new product concepts. Steve’s prior employers include Siemens and Federal Mogul, where he held positions in both Program and Engineering Management. He has a Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering and is a registered Professional Engineer, licensed in 5 states.

Bob Sutton has been hired as the Firefighting Nozzle Products Manager. Bob has worked in a variety of long-term, engineering leadership positions with the Robert Bosch Corporation. Additionally, he has held several other senior staff positions in other firms with specialized product lines. Bob holds a Bachelors of Science in both Mechanical Engineering and Aerospace Engineering, in addition to being a licensed Professional Engineer.

Michael Keim has been hired as a Product Engineer. Prior to coming to Elkhart Brass, Michael was a Senior Industrial Design Engineer with Monaco Coach Corporation and has held a succession of engineering positions within the Monaco Corporation. Michael has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Aided Drafting and Design Technology.

Posted: Oct. 2, 2008

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