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Therma-Tron-X Welcomes Two New Sales Engineers

Therma-Tron-X welcomes Tim Stechschulte and Joe Wildenberg as new sales engineers. They will work with clients around the Southeast and TTX’s home territory in Wisconsin, respectively.

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A photo of Tim Stechschulte, one of TTX's new sales engineers

Tim Stechschulte, TTX’s new sales engineer in the Southeast region. Photo Credit: Therma-Tron-X

Therma-Tron-X Inc. (TTX; Sturgeon Bay, Wis.) has hired Tim Stechschulte and Joe Wildenberg as sales engineers.

Tim comes to TTX with an extensive finishing and paint industry background, and is an active member of the Electrocoat Association. TTX believes Tim’s experience leading continuous improvement projects for all types of paint process issues and demonstrated ability to produce positive results using world-class manufacturing principles will make him a valuable resource for TTX’s clients in the Southeast.

A photo of Joe Wildenberg, one of TTX's new sales engineers

Joe Wildenberg, TTX’s new sales engineer based in Sturgeon Bay. Photo Credit: Therma-Tron-X

Joe is new to the finishing industry but is eager to learn more. The company believes Joe’s experience with engineering and sales from his time at Caterpillar, Manitowoc Crane and Trafag Inc. will enable him to best serve clients in the region around his home state of Wisconsin.

 

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