Excel Gear Makes Two Key Appointments
July 1, 2010—
Denis Bermingham (pictured right) has been named manager of manufacturing engineering and special projects for Excel Gear Inc., and William Powers was named marketing manager. N.K. Chinnusamy, president of Excel, made both hires, saying they were the result of the company's recent growth and anticipated expansion into new market segments. Bermingham has a background in engineering, metalworking and machine tool building, as well as metallurgy and heat treatment. He will oversee Excel's manufacturing engineering and special projects. He also will continue the company's ongoing lean manufacturing implementation.
Bringing 30 years of manufacturing and machine tool experience to Excel Gear, Bermingham worked the majority of his career at Ingersoll Milling Machine in Rockford, IL, in the manufacturing engineering, assembly, engineering and prototyping departments. He has a degree in industrial technology.
"I joined Excel Gear to become part of the technical/manufacturing environment here," Bermingham comments. "We can offer customers innovative solutions with excellent quality and value. I'm very excited to be part of this team."
Powers brings 30 years' experience in the gear and machine tool business to Excel. He previously served as an account manager, project manager and supervisor of customer training with Ingersoll, as well as other metalworking/automation systems companies. He holds a degree in business administration and will oversee all the marketing and business development for Excel.
"Chinn has structured a first-class company at Excel, supplying engineering-based products, brought to market by a very highly-skilled and dedicated team," Powers says. "All customers receive the highest quality possible, backed by service and application assistance that's second to none. It's a great working environment, and I look forward to the challenges of our changing markets."
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