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5/5/2017

Mike Schauls Joins Linetec as VP of Operations

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Linetec appoints Mike Schauls as vice president of operations overseeing production and scheduling of the company’s paint, anodize and related services.

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Linetec appoints Mike Schauls as vice president of operations overseeing production and scheduling of the company’s paint, anodize and related services.

Schauls joins Linetec from Northwire Inc., a designer and manufacturer of custom technical wire and cable and provider of contract engineering services. He worked at the company for six years and most recently served as Northwire’s vice president of operations and engineering.

Prior to this, Schauls was with Oshkosh Corp., an industrial company that designs and builds specialty trucks and vehicles. During his 14 years with the company, he held various engineering and management roles in test and development, quality, Six Sigma and lean manufacturing, advanced operations and Department of Defense programs.

Schauls earned a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering at the University of Wisconsin in Madison and an MBA at the University of Wisconsin in Oshkosh. His professional certifications include Six Sigma Black Belt, Lean Bronze and Project Management Professional along with several others.

Located in Wisconsin, Linetec continues to expand its operations and staff to serve customers across the country that produce aluminum windows, wall systems, doors and other architectural aluminum building components goods.

For more information, visit linetec.com.

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