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Unison Corp. Promotes General Manager

Robert Baker has 25 years of company experience in various areas, and will take over manufacturing operations for the firm. 

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Robert Baker of Unison Corp.

Unison Corp. (Ferndale, Michigan), a builder of precision grinding equipment, has promoted Robert Baker to its Senior Management Team. As general manager, Mr. Baker will be responsible for the company’s manufacturing operations. He will also assist in sales and service of the company’s grinding machines. 

Mr. Baker has worked for Unison for over 25 years, having gained experience in various areas of the company. “I am looking forward to my new leadership responsibilities at Unison, given the tremendous growth opportunities for the company,” he says. 

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