5/6/2019

Tooling Tech Group Appoints New CEO

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With a lot of very hard work, we have built the largest tooling company in North America, and I’m very proud of all that we have accomplished,” says Anthony Seger, who is stepping down as CEO of Tooling Tech Group. 

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Tooling Tech Group (TTG), a provider of tools and assembly equipment, has announced that Lee Childers, former TTG COO, has been named company CEO. He will lead TTG’s operations providing design, tooling solutions and automation equipment to the company’s Tier 1 and OEM customers and will report directly to the board of directors.

Mr. Childers joined TTG as COO in early 2018, bringing 33 years of experience in developing business plans, growth strategies and leading operations for Tier 1 suppliers including United Technologies, Lear Corp., IAC Group and Crowne Group.

Anthony C. Seger, founder and former CEO of TTG, will be moving into a board role to continue advising and supporting the management team.

With a lot of very hard work, we have built the largest tooling company in North America, and I’m very proud of all that we have accomplished,” says Mr. Seger. “My decision to step into a new role has been hard, but I feel greatly encouraged about the future of Tooling Tech Group and its leadership under Lee.”

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