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6/10/2016

Fives Cincinnati Names President

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Steve Thiry most recently served as CEO of Fives Landis Ltd.

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Steve Thiry has been named president of Fives Cincinnati (Hebron, Kentucky) and its Global Services division. He brings over 30 years of international and domestic manufacturing experience and most recently served as CEO of Fives Landis Ltd. in the United Kingdom.

Before joining Fives, Mr. Thiry served as director of business development at AMT – The Association For Manufacturing Technology.

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