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4/12/2017

Kapp Technologies Makes Personnel Changes

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Two promotions were prompted by the retirement of the vice president and general manager, Jim Buschy.

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Kapp Technologies has announced two promotions coinciding with the retirement of Jim Buschy. Michael Ruppert has been promoted to vice president and general manager of the tool manufacturing business. Bill Miller has been promoted to vice president of sales and service.

Mr. Buschy had been with the company 26 years. The last 10 years, he served as vice president and general manager. The company says that his leadership, technical knowledge and experience have been a sustaining force in the growth of the company: “Under his guidance, a new generation of employees has joined the company and learned the company culture set by Jim’s example.

Mr. Ruppert joined the Kapp Group in Germany in 2005 and moved to the Boulder, Colorado, operation in 2007 to run the tool manufacturing business reporting to Mr. Buschy. Mr. Miller joined Kapp as a regional representative in 2000 and was promoted to vice president of sales in 2007. 

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