AMT Hires Business Development Managers George Toldy and Stephen McLaren image

Applied Manufacturing Technologies hires Business Development Managers

AMT hires George Toldy, Jr., MBA and Stephen D. McLaren to support an increase in demand for the company’s engineering services, turnkey automated systems, and control system integration solutions

Applied Manufacturing Technologies (AMT), North America’s largest independent automation engineering company supporting manufacturers, robot companies, systems integrators, line builders, and users of robotic automation worldwide, today announced the hire of two business development managers, George Toldy, Jr. and Stephen D. McLaren.

Working under Vice President of Sales Rick Vanden Boom, Toldy and McLaren will spearhead regional key account business development efforts to help manufacturers with general automation, palletizing, and other material handling solutions.  “We are excited to bring George and Steve onto the AMT sales team,” said Vanden Boom. “With their combined decades of industry experience, we now have the ability to more quickly meet the evolving needs of our customers.”

George Toldy, Jr. comes to AMT with more than 25 years of sales experience with a heavy emphasis on the automation industry. Residing in the Sandusky, Ohio area, Toldy will focus on key accounts in the Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Western Pennsylvania/Western New York regions.  A graduate of Baldwin Wallace University, Toldy holds his Master of Business Administration, as well as having studied architecture engineering at Kent State University and mechanical engineering at Lorain County Community College.  Toldy also holds the Robotics Application Engineering Certification from FANUC America.

Stephen D. McLaren brings more than 30 years of sales experience in the robotic and automation industries to his position as a Business Development Manager at AMT, having previously held positions at both robotics manufacturers and system integrators.   McLaren will focus on key accounts in the Metro Detroit area.  McLaren studied at the University of Texas and the University of Michigan – Flint.