Paul Meo has been promoted to the role of president of bearing manufacturer NTN Canada.
Mississauga, ON – Paul (Paolo) Meo, vice-president, sales and marketing of NTN Bearing Corporation of Canada, Mississauga, ON, has succeeded Hiro Tachibana as president of NTN Canada, for both the sales and manufacturing divisions, the board of directors of NTN Corporation Japan has announced.
Meo will continue with his responsibilities as a member of NTN Canada board of directors, reporting directly to Paul Johnson, vice-president of sales and marketing, Americas Region, NTN USA Corporation, Mt. Prospect, IL.
Meo is a graduate of York University’s Schulich Executive Program, and the CMOE (Centre for Management & Organization Effectiveness).
NTN Corporation has sales of US$5.2 billion and 21,400 employees. It manufactures and supplies a comprehensive range of bearings, constant velocity joints and other precision industrial and automotive equipment to meet a variety of applications across a wide range of industries.
As the world’s third largest bearing manufacturer, NTN has over 68 plants worldwide and a near 100-year reputation for premium quality, value-added solutions and high-performing bearing products that increase productivity and efficiency.