MINSTER — David Winch, chief executive officer for Nidec Press & Automation and Nidec Minster Corporation, has announced organizational changes designed to align the company with a global market segment growth and support strategy.
A subsidiary of the Nidec Shimpo Corporation, headquartered in Kyoto, Japan, Nidec Minster’s ongoing acquisition strategy has created a group of companies that offer metal forming machinery and services, according to a company press release.
In addition to the Minster facility, Nidec Press & Automation includes Arisa in Navarrete, Spain; Nidec Vamco in Pittsburgh; Nidec Kyori in Kyoto, Japan; and Nidec SYS in Grafenau, Germany.
NP&A products include mechanical and servo stamping presses, high speed automation machinery, controls and integrated solutions.
“The market-driven approach will enhance our customer focus and refine our product development, management, engineering, sales, project management and marketing efforts,” Winch said in the statement.
Nidec Minster President Ron Arling will assume the new role of NP&A chief administrative officer while continuing as NP&A CFO.