Irvine, CA, United States
Toyota Material Handling USA Inc (TMHU) and Toyota Industrial Equipment Manufacturing Inc (TIEM) have appointed Martin Boyd as vice president of product planning and marketing for TMHU and Tony Miller as vice president of product engineering, design engineering, manufacturing and maintenance for TIEM.
Boyd was formerly TMHU's national product planning and marketing manager. A TMHU associate since 1999, Boyd oversaw the product planning, product support, marketing, product marketing and event planning departments and has reported directly to TMHU's president since 2008. Prior to joining Toyota, Boyd worked for NACCO Material Handling Group Inc for seven years.
Miller was previously TIEM's senior manager of production engineering, manufacturing and maintenance at the Columbus-based facility, which manufactures most of Toyota's forklifts sold in the US. He assumed responsibility for the manufacturing and maintenance departments in 2009 and reported directly to TIEM's president. He joined TIEM in 1996. Miller began his professional career at Arvin Sango, an exhaust manufacturer and supplier for Toyota Motor North America.Wilmington, NC, United States
Wilmington Machinery has appointed Andreas Lehnhofer as operation manager/product manager of the injection molding division. Lehnhofer has 20 years of global experience in engineering and design, application and sales from two of the world's largest injection, extrusion and automation machine builders - Battenfeld of USA /Austria and Krauss-Maffei of USA/Germany. He was most recently operation manager for three automotive plants in USA, Mexico and Germany.Nuremberg, Germany
Armin Seybold has replaced Marc Lehnstaedt as the new manager of Still GmbH's Nuremberg branch. Lehnstaedt is now the CEO of KION Warehouse Systems GmbH in Reutlingen. Seybold has worked for Still since 1997. He has had experience in various marketing positions, mainly in analysis, optimisation and the efficient control of large forklift fleets. He is familiar with the material flow sequences involved in intralogistics.