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Timken appoints two executives to new management positions

Canton, OH -- The Timken Company has named Christopher A. Coughlin and Richard G. Kyle to the newly created positions of group presidents. In these roles, Coughlin and Kyle will be responsible for all activities related to the company's four...


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August 13, 2012
By MRO Magazine
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Canton, OH — The Timken Company has named Christopher A. Coughlin and Richard G. Kyle to the newly created positions of group presidents. In these roles, Coughlin and Kyle will be responsible for all activities related to the company’s four business segments.

In making the announcement, James W. Griffith, president and CEO for Timken, explained that effective Sept. 1, 2012, Coughlin assumes leadership of the company’s Mobile and Process Industries segments while Kyle takes the helm of the Aerospace and Steel segments. Each also will hold corporate-wide responsibilities, with quality assurance and advancement activities reporting to Coughlin and Kyle overseeing the enterprise’s innovation, engineering and technology efforts. They will continue to report to Griffith.

The company also announced that Salvatore J. Miraglia, president of the Steel Business, intends to retire at the end of the year, after more than 40 years of service with the company.

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