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Augusta Coating and Manufacturing Makes Two New Hires

The company has hired Nick Abbott as plant manager and Matthew Henderson as manufacturing process engineer.

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Augusta Coating and Manufacturing has hired Nick Abbott as plant manager and Matthew Henderson as manufacturing process engineer.

Abbot has an extensive background in coating and fabrication. He earned a bachelor’s degree in manufacturing engineering and holds a Six Sigma Green Belt.

Henderson also has a bachelor’s degree in manufacturing engineering and holds a Six Sigma Black Belt. He comes to ACM from Crane Manufacturing, a maker of beverage dispensing equipment, where he led a variety of kaizen and Six Sigma projects.

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