Abbott Furnace announces resignation of its President

February 17, 2016

February 17, 2016

Abbott Furnace Company, based in St. Mary’s, Pennsylvania, USA, has announced that Jose M. Medina has tendered his resignation as President, effective February 5, 2016. Abbott Furnace added that its Directors will take over responsibility for the management of day to day operations.

“We are thankful for Mr. Medina’s leadership over the past year as the company has undergone a successful transition in ownership. We appreciate the support he has given to our employees and wish him success as he moves forward,” the company stated.

Abbott Furnace was initially established as Abbott Control Systems in 1982 to service furnaces. It began furnace manufacture in 1986 and today is a leading manufacturer of continuous industrial furnaces. The company was acquired by Lance Harris and Edmund Gaffney in December 2014.



February 17, 2016

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