A President is Named for German Machine Tools of America

After 27 years as President of GMTA, Walter Friedrich appoints Scott Knoy as his successor.

After 27 years as President of German Machine Tools of America (GMTA), Walter Friedrich appoints Scott Knoy as his successor. Friedrich was one of the first employees when GMTA started in January of 1991. On January 30th of this year, he spoke with the company’s board of directors and decided to step down.

Since joining GMTA on July 1, 2005, Scott Knoy has contributed to the growth of the organization. Friedrich is confident that Knoy is prepared to handle his new responsibilities, adding, “Scott has proven his commitment, determination and knowledge of the automotive and gear industries. I’m sure he will continue the company’s expansion.”

Walter Friedrich will maintain an active role in the company as Senior Advisor and board member.