Hunter Coe Named CEO of Coe Press Equipment


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Sterling Heights-based Coe Press Equipment, a coil handling manufacturing company, has promoted Hunter Coe to CEO. Coe will be responsible for assisting in the company’s success and strategic direction. After joining the company in 2008, Coe began as sales manager and was promoted to president in 2015.

 

“We have grown greatly over the past few years, and have adjusted our executive team as needed to best manage this business,” says John Coe, chairman of Coe Press Equipment. “During his tenure, Hunter has proven his leadership ability through relationship-building and expanding our reach into new markets. We believe his vision combined with the support of our seasoned executive team will lead COE into the future and ensure our leadership position in the coil processing industry.”

 

Coe is a member of the Fabricator and Manufacturer’s Association and the Precision Metalforming Association.

 
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