Gilman Precision Adds Sedona Cox to Business Development Team

Gilman Precision, a manufacturer of customized linear and rotary motion systems, is excited to announce the addition of Sedona Cox to their team as a Business Development Specialist.

Ms. Cox will be building relationships within the Central region for Gilman Precision, including Ontario, Michigan, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Alabama.  Based in Michigan, Ms. Cox will be able to quickly address customer needs utilizing a variety of communication methods.

Ms. Cox has extensive consultative sales experience, working with industries as varied as life sciences, water purification, transportation, and medical devices. Ms. Cox enjoys working closely with customers, partnering with them to put together the exact solution for their particular need.  Ms. Cox commented, “I am very excited to be part of the Gilman Precision team.  I look forward to building quality relationships within the Central territory, while continuing to provide our customers with high caliber products and service to match.” 

Doug Biggs, VP Sales and Marketing, commented, “We are extremely excited to have Sedona join our Business Development team.  It is rare to have the opportunity to hire someone of the caliber of Sedona, and we believe she will help both Gilman and our customers grow their respective businesses.”

About Gilman Precision

Gilman Precision develops customized slides and spindles for value-minded engineers with exacting needs and standards and provides experts 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.

For more information, visit gilmanprecision.com or call (800) 445-6267.

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