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Rexnord VP jumps to NTN in US

Mt. Prospect, IL – NTN Bearing Corporation of America (NBCA) has named Kimberly Miller as its new vice-president – marketing. Miller will have responsibility for all marketing functions to support the Industrial and Automotive...



Mt. Prospect, IL – NTN Bearing Corporation of America (NBCA) has named Kimberly Miller as its new vice-president – marketing. Miller will have responsibility for all marketing functions to support the Industrial and Automotive Business Units. She reports directly to Paul Johnson, executive vice-president of NTN USA and vice-chairman of NBCA.

“We are very pleased to have Kimberly join the NTN Americas team,” said Johnson. “Her strong background and demonstrated success to accelerate sales in established markets in both original equipment and aftermarket segments will be instrumental in helping us grow with our customers. We are particularly excited about the launch of NTN’s new BCA hub bearing line for North America and I know Kimberly will help us make this a successful effort for our channel partners.”

As the newest member of NBCA’s executive staff for the Americas, Ms. Miller’s impact is expected to be immediate.

“We have hired a world-class, professional marketer,” added Mr. Tetsuya Sogo, president of NTN USA and chairman of NBCA. “We believe her marketing expertise and external perspective will strengthen our talented leadership team, and accelerate our growth and success in the Americas region.”

Miller comes to NTN most recently from Rexnord where she served as vice-president of sales and marketing of the aerospace division. Prior to that, she spent over a decade with AirLiance Materials as the Director of Sales & Marketing.


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