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Chicago Pneumatic Welcomes New Product Marketing Manager for Industrial Tools

People Company News

July 26, 2019

Chicago Pneumatic announces the addition of Paul Olsowske to the Chicago Pneumatic team as Product Marketing Manager at the company's U.S. Headquarters in Rock Hill, South Carolina.

Olsowske will oversee the launch and promotion of tools in Chicago Pneumatic's Industrial Tools segment in the U.S. and North American Territory. Olsowske has an extensive background in industrial pumps, which he notes shares a segment of the same customer base as Chicago Pneumatic's industrial tools.

"I look forward to meeting and learning about our customers," says Olsowske. He adds he is excited to learn about new tools in Chicago Pneumatic's growing industrial line.

Chicago Pneumatic has more than a century of expertise in manufacturing pneumatic and cordless tools for general and heavy industrial applications. Supplying controllable power, reliable performance, and uncompromising durability in every tool means unrivaled productivity in the toughest work environments.

Business Line Manager Philip Warmbier says he expects Olsowske’s impact to be felt immediately as Chicago Pneumatic prepares for new tool releases in its industrial sector.

“Paul knows our industrial clients want more than marketing information,” continues Warmbier. “Being able to listen to their needs and get them to solutions that make sense — that’s where he’ll provide added value to the Chicago Pneumatic customer experience.”

Olsowske grew up and attended school in upstate New York, and holds a B.A. from State University of New York at Cortland. He and his wife Marlie, a former pump industry manager, just completed a do-it-yourself renovation of an 1855 farmhouse there. He says the experience gave him additional appreciation for how important the right tools are in customers' hands. Olsowske looks forward to moving to the warmer climate of North Carolina with his family, which includes three young children.