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Joe Saad Retires from Acme Manufacturing Company

Highly recognized globally as an industry expert in metal finishing, Acme VP of Sales & Maketing Joe Saad has been instrumental in the development polishing automation solutions for automotive trim, truck bumpers, aluminum wheels, plumbing components, hand tools and builders' hardware during his career.
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Joe Saad

Acme Manufacturing Co. (Auburn Hills, Mich.), world leader in design and manufacturing of integrated robotic automation for polishing, buffing, deburring and grinding systems, is announcing the retirement of Joe Saad, Sr. VP of Sales & Marketing after 46 years of service.

A recognized metal finishing industry expert, Saad has been instrumental in the development of polishing automation solutions for automotive trim, truck bumpers, aluminum wheels, plumbing components, hand tools and builders' hardware during his career.

Concurrently Acme has announced the following promotions:

  • Jack Karagozian, Vice President – Global Sales Engineering.
  • Scott Kilpatrick, Vice President – Global Business Development.
  • Michael Lamb, Director Global Service Sales and Parts.
  • Robert Thornton, Director – Global Engineering.

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