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CLASSIFIEDS Visit the MODERN CASTING’s Classifieds at www.moderncasting.com/info


Job Seekers: Minimum charge for 30 words or less: $30.00. Additional words 70¢ each. All other ads: Minimum charge 30 words or less $50.00. Additional words: 70¢ each. Box number, care of MODERN CASTING, counts as 10 words. Display Classified rates and color rates on request. FORMS CLOSE 10th


of month preceding date of issue.


Additionally, MODERN CASTING features an online Job Board for help wanted ads. Separate from the typical Classifieds, the Metalcasting Job Board is an interactive network of job seekers and employers, geared toward the metalcasting industry. Online Help Wanted Ads must be posted through the Metalcasting Job Board at www.moderncasting.com. 30-day job postings are $125 for members of the American Foundry Society and $250 for nonmembers. You can also purchase resumes of qualified candidates for $70 each ($35 for members).


HELP WANTED HELP WANTED


SALES REP WANTED! TOSHIBA MACHINE CO., AMERICA—Die Casting is currently looking for a Sales Representative to handle our ever growing territory. Toshiba Machine has been manufacturing die casting machines since 1953. With over 13,000 installed around the world and more than 500 in North America. Our machines range in size from 150-4500 US Tons. Please send your resume to: DC-Sales@toshiba-machine.com


FOUNDRY PRESIDENT/GENERAL MANAGER—All candidates must have No Bake and Green Sand Aluminum and Brass operational Experience. Each candidate should also have had previous profit and loss responsibilities. This is a New York based company with competitive salary and benefit pack- age. Please send resume to: C200DT@gmail.com


TECHNICAL SALES REPRESENTATIVE


Porter Warner Industries, LLC, a distributor of foundry supplies since 1946, is seeking a technical sales representative to be located in Phoenix, AZ.


The duties of this job are to manage a territory of foundry customers in the southwest region.


PWI will offer a competitive salary and benefits package. If interested, please send, fax or email your resume to:


Porter Warner Industries, LLC P. O. Box 2159


Chattanooga, TN 37409 Attention: Personnel Department Fax: 423-756-1558


Email: alanrandolphsmith@gmail.com or david.g.garvey@gmail.com CASTING MODERN A PUBLICATION OF THE AMERICAN FOUNDRY SOCIETY FOR


CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING


Contact:


Beata Burek, E-mail: Bburek@afsinc.org 1695 N. Penny Lane


Schaumburg, IL 60173–4555 847/824–0181 ext. 238 FAX 847/824–7848


REPS WANTED Sales Help Wanted


Prominent North American brass and bronze ingot manufacturer is looking for a sales representative to oversee the North American market as well as expand its customer base.


The preferred candidate will have knowl- edge of non-ferrous metals (copper base alloys in particular), the foundries that use these alloys, as well as experience at some level in working with foundries.


Attractive salary and benefit plan will be offered. All responses will be held in strict confidence. Please submit resumes to: Box 2379, c/o Modern Casting, 1695 N Penny Ln., Schaumburg, IL 60173-4555.


REPS WANTED


MANUFACTURERS REPRESENTATION—Castal- loy, Inc. is a manufacturer of steel compo- nents with Investment Casting as the base casting process. Utilizing Lean Manufactur- ing Principles, we have reduced lead time and added capacity for new opportunities. We are seeking representation to help us fill the added capacity on account basis in most territories: Contact: Rudy Koishor @ 216-961-7990 ext. 241 or rkoishor@castalloy.com


www.afsinc.org


The site for all the details on AFS Services, events, conferences and much more!


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FOUNDRY ENGINEER—Company in Ohio looking for a foundry engineer who is familiar with the gating and rigging of aluminum and magnesium sand castings. Candidate must have several years of experience. Contact: Box 2377, c/o MODERN CASTING, 1695 N Penny Ln., Schaumburg, IL 60173-4555.


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