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Donald J. Remboski Named Vice President - Product Innovation in The Timken Company's Technology Group

CANTON, Ohio, Jan. 26 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Donald J. Remboski has been named vice president - product innovation in The Timken Company's Technology Group at Timken Research in North Canton, Ohio. In this new position, Mr. Remboski will help the company accelerate both top- and bottom- line growth by creating strategies for inventing and deploying new product technologies.

"Don brings to the company excellent skills in innovative component systems, embodying electronics, controls and other elements, as well," says Sal Miraglia, senior vice president - technology. "His knowledge of complex automotive systems will be extremely valuable as the company moves into new markets, which will require customer centricity, conceptualization, development and the manufacture of new and unique products to serve those markets."

Early in his career, Mr. Remboski was employed as a programmer at Manufacturing Data Systems Inc. and the University of Michigan, both in Ann Arbor, Mich. In 1983, he moved to Digital Equipment Corp. in Hudson Mass., where he served as design engineer in the Semiconductor Engineering Group. In 1985, Mr. Remboski moved to Barrack Laboratories in Marlborough, Mass., as project coordinator on the Spark-Ignition Engine Programs. Since 1991, he has been employed by Motorola Automotive in Dearborn and Farmington Hills, Mich., where he has held positions of senior project engineer, staff engineer and senior staff engineer of the Advanced Projects Group, member of the Technical Staff and director, Automotive Innovation Center, his most recent position.

He holds 38 personal patents and has received the Motorola Distinguished Innovator Award and Motorola Master Innovator Award.

Mr. Remboski received a bachelor's degree in computer engineering from the University of Michigan.


The Timken Company (NYSE: TKR, is a leading global manufacturer of highly engineered bearings and alloy steels and a provider of related products and services with operations in 29 countries. The company recorded 2003 sales of $3.8 billion and employed approximately 26,000 at year-end.


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Representative, (330) 471-3836


SOURCE The Timken Company