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Stork Cellramic announces new national sales manager

November 9, 2009

Timothy Justice brings over two decades of combined sales and technical experience in the printing and industrial coatings industries.

Stork Cellramic, Milwaukee, WI, USA, has announced the appointment of Timothy Justice to the position of national sales manager. Justice joins the company with more than 20 years of experience working with customers in the printing and industrial coatings industries.

"We are very pleased to welcome Timothy to our team. He has a great deal of deep market and technical knowledge of the companies we serve with engineered coatings. Timothy has served many industrial companies nationally with thermally sprayed engineered coatings to resolve wear, release and corrosion issues on their products and in their processes,” says Daniel Ruiter, general manager for Stork Cellramic. “He will be available for our clients in oil and gas, power generation, food processing, paper and pulp, printing and packaging, pump and valve manufacturing, general manufacturing, and other industries across the US as well as North and South America. We think his background and skill set will prove to be beneficial to our diverse client base."

Stork Cellramic Inc., a member of the Stork Materials Group of companies, provides professional application of engineered coatings for industrial components using plasma, HVOF, and arc-spray processes. Stork Cellramic is also a leading manufacturer of anilox rolls, specializing in the resurfacing of worn anilox, idler and water rolls for the printing industry.

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