AMT appoints Edward Turley controls department manager
“Ed has over 25 years of electrical controls design and project management experience and is a very focused and effective leader making him the ideal choice to oversee the Controls Engineering Department," said Mike Jacobs, chief executive officer of Applied Manufacturing Technologies. “Ed’s record of successfully managing teams of highly skilled engineers coupled with his talent for proactively identifying, documenting and resolving issues makes his appointment an excellent fit and we are thrilled to have him join the AMT team.”
Prior to joining AMT Mr. Turley most recently held key management positions at Esys Corporation, one of the largest service providers of open architecture PLC control systems. Prior to that he worked at Electronic Data Systems, a billion dollar global IT outsourcing company, where he was responsible for the planning, execution, monitoring and controlling of multiple plant IT systems. Mr. Turley is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) having received his PMP certification from the University of Michigan at Dearborn.
Founded in 1989, Applied Manufacturing Technologies (AMT) is a leading supplier of complete consulting and engineering services, offering single-source engineering solutions to the automation and manufacturing industries. The company’s service offerings range from design and simulation to programming, installation and support of industrial automation solutions. The company’s technical and industry expertise in automation for the automotive, aerospace, medical, heavy equipment and consumer products industries offers its customers the highest quality professional service available in the industrial arena.
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