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AJAX Rolled Ring and Machine has filled five key positions as the company continues to grow due to strong demand for bearing rings and gears.

These appointments include Ken Binford as quality engineer, Bob Komisarski as controller Jeff Arnold as lean/sigma champion, Dan Reichard as chief financial officer and Justin McCarthy as executive vice president of sales and marketing.

"We are assembling a team that is experienced and capable of contributing to our ongoing efforts to be one of North America's leading producers of rolled rings for use in the most demanding applications," says Simon Ormerod, CEO of AJAX According to AJAX, the company’s sales have increased from $34.6 million in 2005 to just over $52 million in 2007. Total employment at AJAX has also increased from 70 to 107.

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