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MTS Hires Manager to Head Newly Formed Mobile Hydraulics Market Focus

MTS Hires Manager to Head Newly Formed Mobile Hydraulics Market Focus
CARY, N.C. (March 18, 2003) — MTS Sensors Corp, the originator of magenetostrictive sensing technology, announces the appointment of Fred Emanie to the newly formed position of Mobile Hydraulics Manager. MTS has recently established a mobile hydraulics market focus geared toward off-highway machinery and equipment design.

Emanie, who holds a degree in mechanical engineering, has more than 19 years in the mobile hydraulics industry, serving in positions such as project engineering, applications engineering, sales, business development, customer relations and engineering management.

“With Fred’s extensive experience and contacts, we feel he is the perfect person to position MTS as a leader in the mobile hydraulics sensor market,” said Director of Marketing and Sales, Dennis Morrow. “MTS has been serving MH customers for years and now we've dedicated new resources to this important marketplace.”

Emanie’s primary duty will be to build a mobile hydraulic marketplace for magnetostrictive sensors. His primary duties will involve devising a marketing plan, coordinating a regional sales team, on-site customer training and overall education about how magnetostrive sensors may be used as a cost-effective method in off-highway applications.

For more information on MTS Sensors Group, Mobile Hydraulics market please contact: Fred Emanie, MTS Sensors Division, 3001 Sheldon Drive, Cary, NC 27513. Phone: (919) 677-2321. E-mail: [email protected].

MTS Systems Corporation is the world leader in magnetostrictive linear displacement technology. MTS Systems Corporation is a global operation, with facilities in the U.S., Germany and Japan. In the U.S., the MTS Sensors Division has an ISO 9001 facility manufacturing rugged and reliable Temposonics position sensors as well as the highly repeatable and accurate Level Plus transmitters and gauges. With a strong commitment to research and development, product quality and customer service, the Sensors Division is constantly seeking ways to bring the highest value to customers.
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