Pneu-Mech Systems Relocates Headquarters

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In addition, Pneu-Mech adds Leif Josefsson as Vice Presidentof Engineering and Product Design



Pneu-Mech Systems MFG LLC has moved into a new corporate headquarters in Claremont, North Carolina.


"In an effort to adapt to additional sales and product offering growth, the move has become necessary to better serve our customers," said President Jim Andrews, who will be at the new location along with Jerry Trostle, the Vice President of Sales, the sales group, product development and estimating.


In addition to the move Pneu-Mech Systems MFG LLC has added  Leif  Josefsson as Vice Presidentof Engineering and Product Design.  Mr. Josefsson has over 40 years of paint finishing design experience.


For more information please visit Pneu-Mech Systems MFG LLC at pneu-mech.com.




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