7/6/2018

Amada Miyachi Appoints Kurt Tolliver Vice President of Sales

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Mr. Tolliver previously managed the company’s southern USA, Mexico, Central America and European sales networks.

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Amada Miyachi America Inc. announces the appointment of Kurt A. Tolliver to Vice President of Sales. A 20-year veteran of the company, Mr. Tolliver previously managed the company’s Southern United States, Mexico, Central America and European sales networks. In his role as vice president of sales, he will oversee worldwide sales of all of the company’s products, including resistance welding, laser welding, laser marking and micromachining, hermetic sealing, hot bar bonding, and advanced manufacturing systems.

Mr. Tolliver replaces James E. Malloy, who is retiring after serving in the position for 25 years.

“I am extremely excited to take over the head sales role and look forward to working with our experienced team to promote the best material joining and systems in the industry,” says Mr. Tolliver.

“Kurt’s outstanding record of success in creating effective sales organizations and driving sales growth makes him a tremendous asset as our new sales leader,” says David Fawcett, group CEO and president of Amada Miyachi America and Amada Miyachi Europe.

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