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Miller Named Senior Manager for YANMAR Training Center

Posted by January 5, 2017

Tim Miller (Photo: YANMAR)

Tim Miller (Photo: YANMAR)

YANMAR America has named Tim Miller as the Senior Manager for the company’s new Training and Customer Experience Center currently under construction in Acworth, Ga. Miller’s more than 24 years of experience in learning development, training and equipment in the agriculture, mining and construction industries make him a valuable addition to the company.

In his new role, Miller will be responsible for the direction and delivery of innovative, solutions-driven learning across all business units and aspects of the company. He will also be in charge of ensuring an excellent customer experience for all visitors to the new center.
 
Prior to joining YANMAR, Miller was most recently the Senior Manager of Dealer Development Training and Kubota University for Kubota Tractor Corporation. Other experience includes global training and learning management, product marketing management and similar related roles for several industry-leading corporations. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, Mechanized Technology from the University of Georgia.
 
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