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Jim Hasty to Retire from IMT, Amy Brownlee to Assume Role of Vice President, General Manager

Tue March 29, 2022 - National Edition
Iowa Mold Tooling Co.


Amy Brownlee
Amy Brownlee

Iowa Mold Tooling Co. Inc. (IMT) announced Vice President and General Manager Jim Hasty is retiring effective April 1, 2022. Amy Brownlee, IMT senior director of finance, will assume the role of vice president and general manager.

Brownlee joined IMT in 2006 and has spent the last 15 years serving the company in various roles. Her expertise in financial management, manufacturing operations, long tenure at the company and commitment to recruiting and retaining the brightest talent leaves Brownlee uniquely equipped to lead IMT into its next chapter, the company said.

"I'd like to join everyone at IMT in thanking Jim for his many years of service and for all we've accomplished under his leadership," said Brownlee. "I am thrilled at the opportunity to work with such incredible people and am excited to serve our team members and community in this new role."

Brownlee serves on the Hancock Economic Development Board and, in partnership with IMT, is a strong proponent of expanding awareness of careers in the trades within local Iowa high schools and community colleges. Brownlee said the prioritization of education and training in the welding field and other skilled trades is positioning IMT as an employer of choice in north Iowa.

"I believe we have the absolute best team in the industry, we make the best product and we have the most pride," said Brownlee. "We wouldn't be as successful as we are without the loyalty, dedication and skillsets the team brings to work every day."

For more information, visit www.imt.com.




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