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Buehler Motor, Inc., Significantly Expands Customer and Partner Support in North America
Date:6/9/2009

e was director of operations, and sales and marketing manager. During her two years with the Copenhagen-based company, she built an extensive U.S. dealer network and generated more than $13 million in sales. Prior to that, she was with the wireless maritime information systems provider Boatracs, most recently as director of sales, after serving as a legal and personnel specialist for the U.S. Coast Guard.

A human resource management graduate of Rice University, Lauri received U.S. Coast Guard certification in Leadership Management, and TQM Facilitation.

Prior to joining Buehler Motor, Jennifer was automotive technical sales manager for the Spunlaid Division of Freudenberg Nonwovens, a global manufacturer of products serving the automotive, clothing/footwear, filtration, acoustics and industrial markets. In this capacity, she was responsible for new market applications and sales development for automotive structural, acoustic and adhesive nonwoven products and systems.

Previously, she served for nine years in senior sales positions in the General Motors and DaimlerChrysler business units at Cooper-Standard Automotive, the Auburn Hills, Mich.-based manufacturer of body sealing, fluid handling and NVH control systems for automotive OEM, tier and aftermarket customers.

Jennifer received bachelors and masters degrees in chemical and mechanical engineering, respectively, from Oakland University in Rochester, Mich.

About Buehler Motor

Buehler Motor is an independent, globally active company focused on the development, production and marketing of technically challenging mechatronic drive solutions for the world's leading manufacturers in the automotive, aerospace, business automation, medical device and other industries. Driven by innovation, Buehler Motor offers comprehensive in-house research and development with more than 120 engineers and 1,200
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