As GK starts on our 57th year in business, I wanted to take the time to give thanks to the people that impact our business every year.

 

First, I am thankful for the opportunity to help so many companies and people around the world. It is fun to meet you, work with you on your projects, and see the success the partnerships we create can bring. Every day I get to learn something new from one of our customers, which makes coming to work interesting and fun.

 

Second, I want to thank the team at General Kinematics, past and present. Our success and growth over all these years is because of your hard work, innovative thinking, creativity, and drive to be better.

 

Third, I want to thank the families of our staff for putting up with the long hours, the travel, and all the other things that we ask our team to do to be there for our customers. Being a relatively small group of people that services customers all over the world can sometimes be challenging. It is because of your support that our team is able to do what they do.

 

And finally, I would like to thank all our future clients for giving us a chance to work with you to make your process better. I can’t wait to meet you!

 

From all of us at General Kinematics, we hope you and your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday.

 

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Tom Musschoot joined General Kinematics full time in 1999 holding the titles of Director of Marketing and VP of North American Sales & Marketing to name a few before assuming the office of the President. Tom received a BA in Music from Bradley University before completing his MBA at Webster University. Tom has 5 patents in his name, spearheading the rotary product line for GK. When Tom is not in the office he can be found watching hockey, working on cars, or driving his kids to their sporting events and cheering them on.
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