Thursday, September 21, 2023
Thermwood, one of the well-known producers of CNC Routers and Large Scale Additive Manufacturing Systems has recently initiated a few organizational changes that led to several promotions for long-time employees.
The company announced the promotion of Joe Taylor who now became the Vice President of Production. Now he takes up the responsibility of the office after Don Ubelhor retired on August 31, 2023. Joe has been a long-standing employee of the company for 30 years. He held various production positions at Thermwood. Initially, he started his journey with the company as an electrical assembler and later moved to be the Assistant Supervisor in Electrical. He has been rendering his service as the Supervisor of Electrical for the last 23 years.
Thermwood further announced the promotion of Colton Glenn who has been with the company since August 2017. He will now render his service as the Electrical Supervisor. He started working in the Electrical department as an electrical assembler and he later held the office as Assistant Supervisor of Electrical.
Thermwood is a US-based, multinational, diversified CNC machinery manufacturer that delivers its products and services through offices in 11 countries. It has also become the technology and market leader in large-scale additive manufacturing systems for thermoplastic composite molds, tooling, patterns, and parts with its line of LSAM (Large Scale Additive Manufacturing) machines that both 3D print and trim on the same machine. With these new changes within its office, the company further uses the efficiency of its employees to continue its 53-year-old journey.