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Scheuch North America announces new subsidiary Presidents

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CAMCORP has announced the addition of Tony Thill as its new President, effective from 1 July 2019. Thill succeeds Mike Milberger, who stepped down in April to explore new opportunities. Milberger will continue to serve as a consultant for CAMCORP Manufacturing Inc.

Thill has 20 years of experience as a leader in the dust collection and filtration industries, both domestically and internationally. He will be responsible for driving profitable growth and technological innovation at the company.

Thill has been involved in securing four filter media patents and is a member of the American Filtration Society. He is a graduate of the University of Kansas and serves as President of the NOVA Center Inc. board of directors.

“Tony will be a great asset to the company,” said Joseph Whelan, President of Scheuch USA Inc. “I am very excited to have him on board due to his proven track record of growing businesses.” Scheuch USA is the parent company of CAMCORP.

“CAMCORP is a highly respected name in our industry as a leader with great technology and products,” said Thill. “I am excited to be able to work with this team to continue to innovate and grow our business.”

It has also been announced that John Rothermel has been named President of Schust, another subsidiary of Scheuch USA. This has been effective since 10 June 2019, and Rothermel succeeds John Luttman, who retired in December 2018 after almost 30 years at Schust.

Rothermel has more than 20 years of sales and operations leadership in industrial markets, and has helped in scaling engineering, fabrication, and installation businesses that serve a global client base. He will be responsible for leading and motivating the Schust teams to achieve top and bottom line growth goals. Rothermel has a degree in engineering and an MBA from Villanova University. He has also earned a Professional Engineer designation.

“John has a track record that aligns well with supporting Schust in reaching its goals,” said Whelan. “His global experience will be a valuable asset as he continues to find opportunities for synergies that drive additional growth and revenue sources.”

“We have a great team with proven skills in delivering significant value to the clients we serve,” said Rothermel. “In turn, Schust clients will continue to benefit from our expertise in turnkey solutions for core markets currently being served. Additionally, significant opportunity exists to leverage Schust project execution and Scheuch global technical expertise to penetrate and grow new markets and capabilities. I look forward to leading this effort and in working with the team to exceed our business and professional goals.”

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