Arnold Magnetic Technologies names sales & marketing VP

Aaron Williams started with company in 2008

Arnold Magnetic Technologies, a leading global manufacturer of high-performance magnets, magnetic assemblies, precision thin metals and highly loaded composites, named Aaron Williams vice president of Sales & Marketing.

In this role, Williams will have direct responsibility for the global sales and marketing teams. The key priorities include continue implementing Arnold’s growth strategies through the Tech Center, new product introductions, market expansion and partnerships that strengthen and leverage the Arnold brand.

Aaron Williams

Williams has 15 years of engineering and R&D experience in the magnetics industry, and is an active participant in industry collaborations including motor and motion, magnetics, MCMA, ECCE and IEEE/IEMDC. He regularly works with learning institutions and research centers such as the University of Kentucky, WEMPEC, Draper Labs, Lawrence Livermore National Labs, ORNL, and AMES Labs.

Headquartered in Rochester, N.Y. with an operating history of more than 125 years, Arnold is a leading global manufacturer of engineered solutions for a wide range of specialty applications and end-markets, including oil & gas, energy, aerospace and defense and general industrial. From its Technology Center and manufacturing facilities located in the United States, the United Kingdom, Switzerland, and China, the company produces engineered magnetic assemblies in addition to high-performance permanent magnets, precision foil products, and highly loaded composites that are mission critical in motors, generators, sensors, and other systems and components.

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