American Turned Products (ATP) recently named Julian Torres as the company’s vice president of Engineering. In this role, Torres will lead the engineering function across the organization’s two manufacturing facilities in Erie and Fairview, Pennsylvania. Torres brings with him more than 23 years of engineering experience within high-precision manufactured and assembled products for the automotive, aerospace and industrial markets.
Prior to this this appointment, Torres was responsible for product support engineering for the global portfolio of rotary-wing elastomeric products at Parker LORD. He previously held roles at American Turned Products within manufacturing engineering, including engineering and quality management between 2004 and 2013.
Torres earned a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering technology from the Rochester Institute of Technology and Master of Business Administration from Penn State Behrend.
ATP also recently hired Chris Wozniak as a manufacturing engineer. In this role, Wozniak will be responsible for developing manufacturing solutions and the implementation of process improvements for the organization’s high volume, precision machined product portfolio.
Wozniak brings valuable technical/ manufacturing leadership and problem solving skills to the organization.
Prior to this role, Wozniak was a production technical adviser at Wabtec Corporation and earned a Bachelor of Science in industrial engineering administration from Edinboro University. Wozniak also served in the U.S. Army as a course manager, Pathfinder Platoon sergeant at the Warrior Training Center in Fort Benning, Georgia.
Founded in 1984, American Turned Products specializes in the machining of high volume, highly complex components for the automotive, fluid power, oil and gas, and other markets both domestically and worldwide.