After 58 years of service in design and manufacturing of integrated robotic automation, Glen Carlson Jr., Chairman, is retiring.
Acme Manufacturing, designer of integrated robotic automation for polishing, buffing, deburring and grinding systems since 1910, announces the retirement of Glen Carlson Jr., Chairman of Acme after 58 years of service. He will continue as Chairman Emeritus.
Acme has announced Glen A. (“Fritz”) Carlson III, the fourth generation family member who has been with Acme for over 32 years, was appointed President & CEO . Fritz will oversee all operations and the strategic direction for advancing robotic deburring and polishing automation solutions globally into the next decade.
Glen Carlson joined Acme in 1958 to manage and direct Acme’s sales and manufacturing operations and further advancing to positions of Vice President, President, Chairman and Owner of the 106-year-old family-owned company.
Glen was instrumental in providing coated abrasive belt coil, strip and sheet grinding systems in the steel industry and also, high production multiple head “O.D.” coated abrasive belt grinding systems for the steel and hydraulic cylinder industries for rods, bars and tubes.
Source: Acme Manufacturing Corporation