Abrasive Technology, a manufacturer of superabrasive grinding wheels and tools for the stone industry, announced that it has promoted an associate in its Customer Communications group and appointed two new associates in its Research/Quality and Information Technology groups. Krista O'Reilly has been promoted to the newly created position of Customer Communications Team Leader. O'Reilly has been an associate with Abrasive Technology since 1994, and in her new role, she will lead and direct the customer communications initiatives for all 10 Abrasive Technology locations worldwide. Leanne Dome has been appointed as a Process Development & Quality Engineer in the Research/Quality group, and she will apply engineering statistics within quality assurance and manufacturing operations to help the company achieve productivity and technical performance objectives. Jason Williamson has been appointed as an Information Technology Specialist, and he will serve in a support capacity in diagnosing and repairing company computer equipment.
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