Thermwood Announces Promotions

Thermwood Announces Promotions

Thermwood Corporation has announced the promotion of long-time employees Jim Bullis, Brendan Haas, and Pete Riddle.

Jim Bullis has been promoted to the vice president of sales position. In his new role, Bullis will oversee the sales and operations of the Machining Products Division at Thermwood.

He a long-standing employee with over 26 years of experience at Thermwood. He has held numerous positions, initially starting as a field service technician to trade show manager

and over the last 19 years as an account manager.

Brendan Haas been promoted to an account manager position within the Machining Products Division. In his new role, he will be responsible for sales and dealer relationships over his designated areas, which is approximately half of the U.S., according to the company.

Haas started at Thermwood as a field service technician, and over the last three years, as an upgrade specialist in the Retrofit Department for Technical Services.

Pete Riddle has been promoted to upgrade service specialist in the Retrofit Department. In his new role, Riddle will be responsible for sales of upgrades, retrofits, refurbished machines, and the Advanced Support Program.

Riddle is a long-standing employee with approximately 21 years of experience at Thermwood. He has held numerous positions, initially as a field service technician and then as programming support and for the last 11 years as a training instructor.

About Thermwood

Thermwood Corporation is a leading manufacturer of CNC routers and large-scale additive manufacturing printers with thousands of installations worldwide spanning 52 years of business. For more information, visit


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