Economos’ responsibilities include managing, motivating and growing Osborn’s sales team.
Pelletier will manage the North American sales team and Pearson will be responsible for growing and servicing technical sales.
Outtrim believes this approach will have an impact that will lead to a more cohesive relationship, increased order opportunities and more profitable results.
Butler currently lives in Midlothian, Texas, with his growing family.
Boshar holds a degree in business administration from the University of Massachusetts.
Relocation places all departments under one roof, maximizes collaboration and communication.
Smith’s responsibilities include overseeing marketing, advertising, public relations, promotions, trade shows, websites, packaging, trademarks and literature/catalogs.
Raymond’s responsibilities include growing business within private brand and retail customers.
Parent company Jason Inc.’s Finishing Group president explains that the acquisition will strengthen its product offerings, particularly in the area of power brushes.
The state-of-the-art, Hamilton, Ohio laboratory facility will enable Osborn to better serve customer needs.
Osborn introduces its redesigned, high-speed, knotted-wire cup brush.
An unclear definition has led to an industry standard for classifying burrs.
Osborn’s field service engineers develop problem-solving deburring solutions at Richmond, Ind., product and application Lab.
The website is a reflection of the company’s rebranding and restructuring efforts.
Osborn will showcase its new ATB line of ceramic filament brushes designed to diminish burrs on plastic to high-temperature alloys used in aerospace and other high-technology industries.
Changing the process earns one finisher a $2+ million annual contract, therefore when we look at mechanical finishing, the first and most important items that should be considered are the shape and type of part
Osborn offers three lines of finishing brushes to accommodate different environments, applications and budgets.
Osborn is celebrating its 125th anniversary, now offering more than 10,000 finishing products and more than 100,000 customized solutions to customers in more than 120 countries.
The 114-knot Cutback brush from Osborn is designed to remove as many as three layers or more of coatings from pipe ends in preparation for welding.
Osborn has developed a new brand identity to unify its multiple divisions and create a focused, strategic approach in the marketplace.
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Osborn/JacksonLea features a full finishing product line including Novoflex Flexible Honing tools, Uni-Lok® composite disc brushes, Fascut™ composite wheel brushes, Softool® insert hones, PCD diamond super-abrasive brushes, Fineblanking brushes, Novoflex®, Coated Abrasive Tools, Spiral Brushes and Rollers, Sisal, and a wide variety of Wire and Abrasive Nylon wheel, cup, internal and end brushes. The company also manufactures a complete line of Maintenance Brush products and have recently extended our offering in Buffs and Compounds to also include Abrasive Belts, Flap Wheels, Non-woven Products, Cleaners, and Specialty Chemicals. Osborn/JacksonLea’s power brushes are used for hundreds of applications such as deburring, metal finishing, weld cleaning, honing, and polishing, and our knowledge about finishing is unsurpassed.