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(Press Release) Paul H. Gesswein & Co. Inc. has promoted Greg Gesswein to the position of president.

He is the fourth generation of the Gesswein family to manage the business, replacing his father, Dwight W. Gesswein, who has served as the president since 1993.

Dwight Gesswein will retain the position of vice chairman. He will, along with his brother Roger H. Gesswein Jr., Gesswein’s current chairman and CEO, continue to support the company in a broader advisory capacity.

Greg Gesswein started with the company in 2004 as West Coast sales representative. He most recently served as sales manager for the industrial products division.

Dwight Gesswein said: “Greg has always put his heart and soul into every task or project he has undertaken. His leadership skills combined with strong determination for a successful growing company is exactly what we need as we embark on our second 100 years of business.”

Roger H. Gesswein added: “Greg’s knowledge of the customers, markets and products combined with his experience in management and unending source of energy ensures that Gesswein will have the continuity of a strong management leader to take the firm to a successful and stable future.”

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The Bridgeport, CT-based manufacturer and distributor was founded in 1914. Gesswein provides precision tools, equipment, and supplies for the metalworking industries, including jewelry-making, mold and die polishing, deburring, micro-welding, inspecting, polishing, cleaning and more.

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