CMD Announces Promotions and New Personnel
CMD Corporation Announces Personnel Changes
(NOVEMBER 10, 2O21 – APPLETON, WI) – Local technology leader and equipment manufacturer
CMD Corporation has enhanced its technical skill set for pouch and bag converting equipment
and alternative energy fueling equipment in response to increased demand for its world-class equipment.
The company announces promotions and new hires occurring Aug 1 – Nov. 5, 2021.
Promotions include: LISA LEMM to Spare Parts Coordinator; HANNAH MAEDER to Manufacturing Engineer; DOUG MAIN to Test Technician;
BRYAN MISCHLER to I.T. Manager; BEN WERTEL to Associate Quality Engineer; and AUSTIN VAN DEN ENG to Fabrication Lead.
CMD has hired: MATTHEW BOLIN; Manager of Technical Services; KARA BUENNING, Materials Distribution Coordinator; JEFF DE WALL, Materials Distribution Coordinator; BRANDON GREILING, Electrical Assembler; ARGELIS GUICHIN, Technician III; STEVE GUMPERT, System Administrator; ETHAN LAWRENCE, Materials Distribution Coordinator; MATTHEW OPSTEEN, Electrical Engineer; HUNTER PETTEY, Mechanical Designer I;
ADAM RUPLINGER, Technician III; NENG XIONG, Assembler.
CMD is a technology-driven innovator of converting machinery for manufacturers of plastic bags and pouch packaging internationally. CMD also designs and produces quality fueling equipment for the alternative energy industry. The firm provides comprehensive parts and service and engineering support.
CMD is known for advancing technology that offers real value to customers. The firm’s inventions include continuous-motion bag sealing; drawtape trash bag converting; overlap bag winding for one-at-a-time dispensing of bags-on-a-roll; and Intelligent Sealing for verifiable pouch quality.
All equipment is built in the U.S; and designed for durability and ease of operation. A firm of +/- 200 people, CMD operates from a 126,000 sq. ft. campus focused on technology development and manufacturing in Appleton, Wisconsin USA. www.cmd-corp.com