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Ambrell names new chief executive

Rochester Business Journal
September 3, 2014

Scottsville-based Ambrell has named a new CEO.

Ambrell, an Ameritherm Inc. company, said Tom Giglia has been promoted to succeed former CEO and co-founder Richard Rosenbloom.

Rosenbloom becomes a senior adviser to the company and remains on the board of directors.

Giglia joined Ambrell in 1994. He has held an array of leadership positions, most recently president and chief operating officer.
 
The company, a manufacturer of induction heating systems, was founded in 1986. Under Rosenbloom’s leadership, Ambrell has grown to more than 100 employees with headquarters and manufacturing in Scottsville and offices in the Netherlands and United Kingdom. Ambrell has sold more than 10,000 systems into 50 countries.

“I’m excited and honored to take on the role of president and CEO,” Giglia said in a statement. “Our focus will continue to be building and delivering innovative, world-class induction heating solutions.”

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