BEAVERTON – Brown Machine Group (BMG) would like to announce the retirement of President and Chief Executive Officer Bryan Redman. “It has been a privilege to serve as President & CEO for the past thirteen years. We have seen many changes during my tenure at Brown and I am proud of our accomplishments,” states Mr. Redman. He will remain active as a board member of the company to insure a seamless transition. Please join us in thanking Bryan for his service and we wish him well in his retirement.We are also eager to announce the addition of Greg Wolf as the new President and Chief Executive Officer, effective April 29, 2019. Greg has more than 25 years’ experience working in capital equipment businesses globally, including corrugating equipment for the paper and packaging industry in addition to food processing and transportation equipment and services for the global food market. His leadership positions include such companies as BHS Group (Germany), Gerber Scientific (NYSE:GRB), and FMC Technologies (NYSE: FTI). Greg has a highly successful leadership track record, and he has deep experience with both highly technical, engineered products and also aftermarket parts and service programs designed to leverage an existing install base of equipment. His early career included experience in marketing, product management, and sales management with extended periods in both Asia and Europe. The Board is highly confident in Greg’s ability to work with BMG’s management team to execute on its strategic growth initiatives while also building on our outstanding reputation with customers globally. He will also serve as a board member of the company. Join us in welcoming Greg to the BMG team.About Brown Machine GroupBrown Machine Group in Beaverton, MI, is a global leader in thermoforming technology and innovation with high-quality product lines manufactured by Brown Machine, Lyle Industries,Freeman Company, Nalle Automation Systems and EPCO. It designs and manufactures a complete line of continuous and cut-sheet thermoforming equipment, automation systems and provides related services including retrofit upgrades, tooling, prototyping, process optimization and technical support. Its equipment has been “Made in the USA” since 1952 and it has thermoforming systems operating in over 65 countries worldwide in virtually every industry. Visit www.brownmachinegroup.com for more information.