Abbott Furnace Company appoints Jacobs as Marketing Manager

October 7, 2019

Mike Jacobs has been appointed as Marketing Manager at Abbott Furnace Company (Courtesy Abbott Furnace Company)

Abbott Furnace Company, an industrial furnace manufacturer based in St. Marys, Pennsylvania, USA, has appointed Mike Jacobs as its new Marketing Manager. Jacobs will be responsible for managing the company’s marketing strategy.

Jacobs brings almost fifteen years of industry experience, gained from his previous positions at Seco/Warwick where most recently he managed its Controlled Atmosphere Brazing (CAB) business and Roller Hearth product line.

Abbott Furnace Company states that Jacobs’ extensive experience with high volume production furnaces as well as low volume batch furnaces gives him a unique perspective on the aluminium brazing and heat treating market.

Jacobs has a BA of Science degree from Edinboro University and as has previous experience in the plastic injection moulding industry. He joined Abbott Furnace Company in September 2019.

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