Royalton Industries appoints new vice president of sales

October 28, 2011

Royalton Industries has appointed Len Steinmeyer as vice president of sales. He will head up the company's sales and marketing efforts for its line of metal forming and coil processing equipment

Steinmeyer has 40 years experience in the metal working industries. He began his career in service for Kent Corp. in 1971, starting up machines and training operators on their use. He later became service manager and finally head of the Tesgo Inc. sales and marketing group.

Steinmeyer is a graduate of Baldwin Wallace College, where he obtained a bachelor's degree in business administration and a graduate of Cuyahoga Community College, where he obtained an associate's degree concentrating in engineering technology.

Steinmeyer has written numerous papers and speaks frequently at conferences for the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME), Tube & Pipe Association International (TPA), and the Fabricators & Manufacturers Association Intl.® (FMA), Precision Metal Forming Association (PMA), and the International Tube & Pipe Association (ITA).

He is a past member of the Board of Directors of the FMA and a past Chairman of the Board (2001) of the TPA. He presently still serves as vice chairman of the North American Board ITA and a member of the Tube Producing Council of the TPA.

Steinmeyer was awarded the Chairman’s Award by the TPA in 2002, the Education Award by the TPA in 1997, the TPA Appreciation of Service Award as outgoing Chairman of the Board for 1998-2001, and FMA Appreciation of Service Award as retired board member in 2003.



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