Royal Products Hires New Regional Business Manager

Royal Products has hired Kendal Glotzbach as its new regional business manager for Indiana and Michigan.


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A photo of Kendal Glotzbach, Royal Products' new Regional Business Manager in Indiana and Michigan

Royal Products is pleased to announce that Kendal Glotzbach has joined its sales team as a regional business manager. Glotzbach is based in Monticello, Ind., and will support Royal’s distribution network and end-user customer base throughout Indiana and Michigan.

Kendal comes to Royal with five years of industry experience, having most recently held the position of regional sales manager of a major American workholding manufacturer’s machine tool products group. Royal says Kendal’s broad knowledge of manufacturing processes, combined with his intensive chuck and cylinder application and installation experience, uniquely positions him to help manufacturers increase throughput, reduce setup times and multiply profits through Royal’s range of metalworking performance accessories.

Royal Products is a 75-year-old American manufacturing company specializing in machine tool performance accessories designed to reduce setup times, improve part quality, enable lights-out production and increase profits.


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