New VP of Sales, Marketing Joins Speedgrip Chuck Company
Doug Brannies has been a part of the machining industry for almost 20 years and holds a CMTSE designation from the Association for Manufacturing Technology.
Speedgrip Chuck Company, a portfolio company of Stratford-Cambridge Group, announces Doug Brannies as its new vice president of sales and marketing. Brannies joins Speedgrip after serving for 10 years as regional business manager for Royal Products. He has been a part of the machining industry for almost 20 years and holds a CMTSE designation from the Association for Manufacturing Technology.
Brannies brings a strong background in the field of CNC machine tools, workholding, and machining optimization to Speedgrip. The company says that his knowledge of complex machining operations and his network across the industry will be key to driving growth.
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