PITTSBURGH, Pa.—Ace Wire Spring & Form Company, Inc., a manufacturer of custom precision springs, recently announced that Rose George has joined the company as the new engineering sales manager.

Ms. George brings to the position a diverse background of experience—including engineering, sales, supply chain, and customer service—in the manufacturing industry. Previously, she served as a process engineer with All-Clad Metalcrafters and, before that, as an engineer at Swagelok Company. She has also worked directly under Bob McCormick, the former engineering sales manager at Ace, as an engineering intern at Global Environmental Management.

As a process engineer at All-Clad, her responsibilities included providing daily manufacturing support, implementing Quick and Easy Kaizen suggestions, and managing projects to improve manufacturing efficiency and consistency. She also coordinated with quality control to establish quality standards, create a training program designed to enhance comprehension of common defects and their dispositions, and perform employee training.

As an engineer at Swagelok, Rose participated in a leadership development program in which she assumed the roles of a manufacturing engineer, quality engineer, and production planner. Throughout her engineering roles, she was responsible for providing daily manufacturing support, financially justifying and leading multiple projects, and developing quality training programs. During her role as a production planner, she was assigned multiple departments in her facility and was responsible for managing production output, improving service levels, monitoring inventory, and assisting in projects.

While working with Bob McCormick as an engineering intern at Global Environmental Management, Rose assisted in creating project proposals, bidding on jobs, and performing sales calls. She helped review piping and instrumentation diagrams and updated floor layouts in AutoCAD.

Ace Wire Spring & Form Company (www.acewirespring.com) has manufactured custom precision springs for diverse applications since 1939. The ISO certified company develops and manufactures a wide variety of compression springs, extension springs, torsion springs, and wire forms.

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