AMT President Resigns

Association For Manufacturing Technology announced that President Robert K. Simpson resigned, and AMT is currently looking for a replacement.

McLEAN, Va. -- The Association For Manufacturing Technology (AMT) announced that President Robert K. Simpson resigned. AMT is currently looking for a replacement.

"In these critical economic times, we are seeking a leader who will continue to guide AMT on its mission of serving our members' needs and supporting the interests of the manufacturing technology community as a whole," said Ronald F. Schlidge, AMT Chairman. "The focus now for the AMT Board of Directors is to identify the president who will lead us to provide what our members need as they weather this global economic crisis, and who will continue to position AMT and its members to emerge even stronger."

AMT senior staff, in cooperation with the Board of Directors, will oversee ongoing programs and day-to-day operations in the interim.

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