Posts Tagged ‘ TigerStop ’

SPONSORED LINK: Automation Solutions for Fenestration

May 18th, 2017

As a window and door manufacturer, the two biggest costs in your business are labor and materials. If you can increase productivity and reduce labor time – while maximizing the yield from your materials – your bottom line will thank you. TigerStop has many solutions that will provide your fenestration business with a competitive advantage […]

TigerStop Opens New Office in Mexico

Mar 2nd, 2017

Citing growth in sales and the potential for expanding into foreign markets, machinery maker TigerStop has opened a new office in Mexico City and has hired Gregorio Aspeitia as the national sales manager for Mexico. Aspeitia has over 23 years of experience in product engineering, design, manufacturing and corporate sales. He has a professional background […]

TigerStop Hires New CEO

Jan 18th, 2017

TigerStop LLC has hired Rakesh Sridharan, formerly of the Leatherman Tool Group, as the company’s new CEO of worldwide operations. Sridharan comes to TigerStop from Leatherman Tool Group, where he most recently serves as president of Germany-based LED LENSER, a subsidiary of Leatherman Tool Group. Prior to that, Sridharan worked for Toro Company of Bloomington, Minn., […]

IWF Rolls Out New Machinery

Aug 26th, 2016

The International Woodworking Fair (IWF) is currently underway at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta with nearly 1,000 exhibitors from around the world. The biennial event targets the wood products industry, and exhibitors showcase everything from doors, windows and mouldings to furniture, cabinets and other wood-related products. This show is one of the biggest in the industry, with […]

TigerStop Celebrates 20-Year Anniversary

May 8th, 2014

TigerStop, founded in 1994, is celebrating 20 years in business in the wood, metal, fenestration and plastics industries. The company has manufactured and sold more than 30,000 machines. TigerStop was founded in 1994 by Spencer Dick, who as the owner of a manufacturing business, became frustrated with the inherent inefficiencies of his machine operators stopping […]