Gilman Precision Adds Matt Fritschel to Business Development Team

Gilman Precision, manufacturer of customized linear and rotary motion systems, is delighted to announce the addition of Matt Fritschel to their sales force as a Business Development Specialist.

Mr. Fritschel will oversee the Midwestern territory consisting of Wisconsin, Illinois, Minnesota, and Iowa. Within this role, he will generate clear lines of communication to foster positive relations between customers and Gilman engineers. Mr. Fritschel will also use his skills to address specific customer needs to develop the most efficient solution to their linear or rotary motion challenge.

Mr. Fritschel has 12 years of business-to-business sales experience, with 10 being in the manufacturing sector. His previous positions, including Sales Representative at Western States Envelope & Label and Operations Specialist at Direct Supply, have developed his detail oriented, customer-focused sales personality. He is regarded by his colleagues to be diligent in his work and to possess strong interpersonal skills. Matt Fritschel is pleased to join the Gilman team “to help customers find correct, long-term solutions to their needs.”

Doug Biggs, VP of Sales and Marketing, commented: “We are very excited to have Matt join our Business Development team. We are certain his experience and abilities will prove beneficial in creating new opportunities and complementing Gilman’s customer-minded mission.”

About Gilman Precision

Gilman Precision develops customized slides and spindles for value-minded engineers with exacting needs and standards; and provides expert service for virtually any manufacturer’s equipment. Serving a variety of industries and applications, these engineered solutions are advanced by a highly skilled, knowledgeable and experienced team that delivers on-time and within budget.

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