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5/31/2016

Mayfran International Appoints Chief Operating Officer

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Frank Sraj will report to the CEO of Tsubaki Group, Mayfran’s parent company.

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Mayfran International (Cleveland, Ohio) has announced the appointment of Frank Sraj to COO. In this role, he will report to the CEO of Mayfran’s parent company, Tsubaki Group, and will be responsible for the pursuit of opportunities that meet and grow the company’s revenue and profit goals.

Mr. Sraj served as vice president of sales and marketing for less than 10 months before being promoted to COO. He has over 30 years of leadership and management experience from companies in the chip and coolant management and material handling industries, among others.

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