MANAGEMENT CHANGES AT UNION TOOL

MANAGEMENT CHANGES AT UNION TOOL

The Union Tool Corporation announced a series of management changes to its family-owned business, started by Karl J. Heinzelman in 1944.  Nick Simpson and Chas Simpson, both fourth-generation family members, become vice presidents of Union Tool. Co-President Mike Simpson has retired though will remain a consultant for the company and will continue his role servicing his long-time customers. President Chuck Simpson- “This company has succeeded as well as it has in a very large part because of Mike’s 45-year effort. We are proud of that effort and proud of him. Meanwhile, my two sons Chas and Nick are ready to continue those efforts as we look forward to an even brighter future.  In fact, our sales are at record levels and that’s exciting for the entire company.” 

The Union Tool Corporation manufactures automated machines and equipment to handle and process flat sheets, boards and panels made of wood, metal, glass, plastic, fiber, foam and other materials in a conveyorized processing line.  Machines and equipment include roller coaters, feeders, stackers, de-stackers, hot melt applicators, laminators and lubricators.  Union Tool Corporation also provides custom manufactured equipment for a diverse group of industries worldwide.

For more information contact The Union Tool Corporation, 1144 N. Detroit Street, Warsaw, Indiana 46580. Telephone: 574-267-3211, Fax: 574-267-5703.  Web: www.uniontool.com E-mail: webinfo@uniontoolcorp.com

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