Ingersoll Machine Tools announces new CEO and board

Camozzi Machine Tools (CMT), consisting of Ingersoll Machine Tools and Innse Berardi has announced that Chip Storie, chief executive officer of Ingersoll Machine Tools, has taken on a new role within the division, and has appointed a new CEO to lead Ingersoll.

These moves are focused on bringing the power of Ingersoll and Innse-Berardi into further strategic alignment to allow the two companies to better serve their global customers.

Chip Storie, who has been Ingersoll CEO since 2018, has been appointed as the Camozzi Machine Tools executive. Storie will focus on the strategic growth of the division. Storie has extensive experience in overseeing multi-national operations and will use this to integrate the strategic plan of the division worldwide.

Jeff Ahrstrom, who has been Ingersoll’s chief operating officer, has accepted the position of president and CEO of Ingersoll Machine Tools. Ahrstrom’s experience within the machine tool industry, and his time as CEO of previous manufacturing companies, positions him to step into this role and make an immediate impact. Ingersoll Machine Tools’ board will consist of Lodovico Camozzi, Chip Storie, Jeff Ahrstrom and Daniele Pecchini.

In their new roles, Storie and Ahrstrom will work together to achieve the strategic vision of the Camozzi Machine Tools Division and Ingersoll Machine Tools.

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