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RotoMetrics appoints European managing director

June 12, 2012

Peter Emerson will be responsible for all aspects of the firm's European operations.

RotoMetrics has announced the appointment of Peter Emerson as managing director, RotoMetrics Europe. Emerson will report to the company’s president & chief executive officer and will have responsibility for all aspects of the firm’s European operations. He will take up his new position on June 11 and will be based at the company’s Aldridge, UK site.

“Peter Emerson comes to Rotometrics with a deep European business leadership background,” says Robert Spiller, RotoMetrics president & chief executive officer. Emerson was most recently managing director for Doncasters Centrifugal Castings, a precision manufacturer of engineered components. Prior to that, he held the role of chief operating officer for FOSROC, a $400 million worldwide construction chemicals manufacturer. Emerson’s prior experience in the tag & label industry includes serving as managing director of base materials producer Smith & McLaurin, Ltd. as well as senior research and technology roles with Avery Dennison's UK base materials division. Emerson earned a Ph.D in Physical and Organic Chemistry from the University of Wales.  

RotoMetrics, headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri, is a worldwide manufacturer of precision rotary tooling for the printing and converting industries. The company supports customers from operations in eight countries with major manufacturing facilities in the United States, United Kingdom, Denmark, Australia and Thailand.
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