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Aerobraze appoints two managers

Jul 19, 2013 | 10:26 AM | Frank Haflich

Tags  Aerobraze, Wall Colomony, Brian Martin, Mark Saffell, Wall Colomony Co.


LOS ANGELES — Aerobraze Engineered Technologies has appointed two new managers to its Oklahoma City facility.

Brian Martin joins the company as business development manager after serving primarily with aerospace engine manufacturer Rolls-Royce Corp., Aerobraze said July 18.

Martin’s appointment follows the naming of Mark Saffell as plant manager for the Oklahoma City facility July 12. Saffell has more than 30 years of experience in the aerospace and defense, heavy equipment and oil and gas manufacturing industries.

Oklahoma City-based Aerobraze, a division of Wall Colmonoy Corp., Madison Heights, Mich., specializes in brazing, surfacing, welding, thermal processing, fabricating, machining and overhauling components for the aerospace, defense, energy and transportation industries.



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