Thomas J. Lang, vice president and general manager of Kapp Technologies, announced plans to leave the company at the end of the year to pursue personal interests.
Lang started Kapp Technologies' Boulder, CO facility in 1991. According to Kapp's press release, the company now has 40 employees and conducts business throughout North America under the name Kapp Technologies.
Lang's duties will be assumed by James Buschy and Bill Miller. Buschy, manager of technical services, will assume Lang's position as vice president and general manager on Jan. 1. Miller was named vice president of sales for Kapp last September.
In 1978, Lang began working as a production engineer for General Cable Corp. He later moved to the gear industry as a development engineer at Advanced Energy Technology. In 1989, he and a business partner started Aerocom Industries, a gear and special form manufacturing company.