As CCO, Stegmuller will be responsible for leading the sales and marketing activities for TTG, including sales team management, market planning and business development.
“We are excited for Amy to join our team and are confident in her ability to diversify our customer base and drive growth,” said Lee Childers, CEO of TTG. “Her experience building and empowering high-performance, collaborative sales teams and executing marketing strategies is sure to make her endeavors successful.”
Stegmuller has over 20 years of experience in the engineering and manufacturing industries. Most recently, she served as vice president of sales at Liebherr Gear and Automation Technologies Inc in Saline, Michigan, focusing on team management and training, sales forecasting and strategy, and market analysis. She has also served in various roles at Gehring LP, Nachi America and NSK Corporation, where she successfully grew revenue in capital equipment and commodities markets for the businesses.
Stegmuller holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Lawrence Technological University.
TTG builds custom automated systems for assembly, joining and inspection as well as tooling for a variety of applications including thermoform molding, high compression composite molding, blow molding, rotational molding, die casting and stamping.