EUROTRANS president Tomaso Carraro hold a speech about the European Drive Technology Market during the AGMA 100 years celebration in Amelia Island, Florida. (11th-14th May 2016)
He thanked AGMA and especially Joe Franklin in the name of EUROTRANS for his great work and the good relationship between AGMA and the European associations of power transmission.
Joe Franklin was retired after 25 years successful work in behalf of the American Gear Industry.
The AGMA Board has named Matthew E. Croson as its next President. Croson has more than two decades of leadership and communications experience in manufacturing trade associations and most recently served as President and CEO of the Adhesive and Sealant Council. He will replace Joe T. Franklin, Jr., who is retiring in June after leading AGMA for 25 years.
EUROTRANS looks forward for continuing the good business relationship to AGMA and wishs Joe Franklin all the best for his retirement.
EUROTRANS, May 2016