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12/5/2016

Schaffner Manufacturing Hires Robert Pinchot for Marketing, Product Development

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Bringing over 34 years of manufacturing, automation, technical and sales/marketing experience, Pinchot will be a valued asset to the Schaffner team, and begins his position in January.

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Schaffner Manufacturing and the Schaffner family of industrial finishing companies is proud to announce the hiring of Robert K. Pinchot as director of marketing and product development. The company says that Pinchot has dedicated his career to the metal finishing industry and is the third generation of the Pinchot family to join Schaffner Manufacturing, following his late grandfather Robert J. and late father Robert B. 

Bringing over 34 years of manufacturing, automation, technical and sales/marketing experience, Pinchot will be a valued asset to the Schaffner team, and begins his position in January. 

Schaffner Manufacturing and the Schaffner family of industrial finishing companies are manufacturers of finishing and abrasives products including flap wheels, buffing wheels as well as buffing compounds.

For more information, visit schaffnermfg.com.

 

 

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