|By Marketwired .||
|July 21, 2014 08:00 AM EDT||
NEWMARKET, ONTARIO -- (Marketwired) -- 07/21/14 -- Mr. Tim Toppen, President and COO of AirBoss of America Corp. ("AirBoss") (TSX: BOS) is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Kimberly Gallagher to the position of Vice President Corporate Purchasing. Ms. Gallagher will have overall responsibility for the company's purchasing functions in rubber compounding, engineered products, automotive parts and defense.
Ms. Gallagher comes to us with twelve years of global purchasing experience in the automotive industry. She holds a BA from University of Michigan and an Executive Masters of Business from Michigan State University.
We are pleased to welcome Ms. Gallagher to the management team at this very exciting time in AirBoss' growth.
About AirBoss of America Corp.
AirBoss of America Corp. develops, manufactures, and sells high quality, proprietary rubber based products offering enhanced performance and productivity to transportation, military and industrial markets. With a capacity to supply over 250 million pounds of rubber annually to a diverse group of rubber manufacturers, AirBoss is also one of North America's largest custom rubber compounding companies. AirBoss-Defense is a world leader in rubber chem-bio protective wear. AirBoss' Flexible Products is a leading supplier of innovative anti-vibration solutions to the North American automotive market. The Corporation's shares trade on the TSX under the symbol BOS. Visit www.airbossofamerica.com.
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