Mary Nicholson Appointed President of Tooling Tech Group's Die Cad Group

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Die Cad Group, a Tooling Tech Group company and a provider of die and special machine design, has appointed former AutoDie executive Mary Nicholson as its president.

Mary Nicholson,new president of Die Cad Group, a Tooling Tech Group company

Mary’s broad experience across company operations as well as her years in the tooling industry will be a real asset to the Tooling Tech Group of companies. We are excited to have her join our team and look forward to growing the business together.

Mary Nicholson has been named president of Die Cad Group, a Tooling Tech Group (TTG) company that specializes in engineering and tooling design services for the metalworking and plastics industries. Nicholson will be responsible for running the Die Cad Group operations, continuing to grow the business both organically and through new opportunities.

Prior to joining Die Cad, Nicholson spent over 31 years working with AutoDie (Grand Rapids), most recently serving as vice president and COO where she was responsible for the overall implementation of World Class Manufacturing. This resulted in consistent operational improvement and diversified the company’s customer base by expanding its capabilities into aerospace, defense and production stampings.

“Mary’s broad experience across company operations as well as her years in the tooling industry will be a real asset to the Tooling Tech Group of companies,” said TTG CEO Lee Childers. “We are excited to have her join our team and look forward to growing the business together.”

Nicholson has over 34 years’ experience in the automotive industry. She is a graduate of Ferris State University with a B.S. in business and has a master’s degree in business administration and management from Aquinas College. Additionally she was recognized by Metalforming magazine as one of the Women of Excellence in Metalforming and Fabricating in 2017.

About Die Cad Group and Tooling Tech Group
Die Cad Group was founded in 1995 and provides die and special machine design, detail sourcing, simulation, transfer press optimization and other tooling support services for the metal stamping and plastic injection molding. The company was acquired in 2018 by Tooling Tech Group (TTG).

TTG builds custom tooling for a variety of applications including thermoform molding, high compression composite molding, blow molding, rotational molding, die casting, and stamping, as well as providing secondary equipment and automated solutions. Industries served include automotive, appliance, lawn and garden, agricultural, aerospace, marine, and off-road vehicle industries, among others. It employs approximately 600 people and has a total of 13 locations across four states. Divisions of the company include Tooling Technology, Majestic Industries, G.H. Tool, Century Tool & Gage, TTG Automation, Die Cad Group and Alpha Integration. Visit http://www.toolingtechgroup.com for more information.

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