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Mitsui Seiki USA Appoints Chairman, CEO, COO

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Together, they will manage inventory mix, business strategy development and implementation, and financial oversight.


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Mitsui Seiki USA Inc. (Franklin Lakes, New Jersey) has announced that Scott Walker, long-time president, has accepted the position of chairman; Robb Hudson, former business and technology director, has been named CEO; and William Malanche, former executive vice president, has been appointed COO.

Mitsui Seiki USA Inc. is the North American subsidiary of Mitsui Seiki Kogyo Co. Ltd. based in Japan.

According to the company, the appointments position the organization for continued future growth and cement its strong foothold in precision machining industries such as aerospace and defense, energy and power generation, mold and die, medical and other industries requiring highly accurate machine tools and collaborative applications engineering services.

Mr. Walker, chairman, is assisting the executive management team in an advisory capacity as the duties transfer. Mr. Hudson, CEO, leads all sales and marketing management functions and new and current product development. Mr. Malanche, COO, assumes all operational management responsibilities and oversees engineering and technical support for pre- and post-sale activities. Together they will manage inventory mix and levels, business strategy development and implementation, and financial oversight. 

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