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Cincinnati Machine Names Executive Senior Vice President

01 February 2002

John Judge has been appointed executive senior vice president at Cincinnati Machine. He will be responsible for high impact new business opportunities, strategic alliances, customer relationship management, and partnerships worldwide serving original equipment manufacturers in aerospace, heavy equipment, fluid power and automotive markets.

Judge has been with Cincinnati Machine for 33 years. Most recently, he served as senior vice president of sales for Cincinnati Machine's Advanced Systems and Services Business. He also has held numerous positions in sales and marketing throughout his machine tool career.

Cincinnati Machine is a global manufacturer and supplier of CNC machine tools, such as turning centers, vertical machining centers, horizontal machining centers/cells, 5-axis machining centers, universal machining centers, profilers, routers and composite processing equipment. Additionally, Cincinnati PLUS(SM) provides the most comprehensive package of service and support available in the industry today. Industries served include aerospace, heavy equipment, fluid power and automotive, as well as small job shops.






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