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Updated: Mar 30

The employee owners of Windings, Inc. welcome Rudy Stanglmaier, Vice President of operations, to the organization.

In this position Rudy will provide leadership for all Operations and Production Engineering functions at Windings, and will actively participate as a member of the company’s Senior Leadership team in the development and execution of strategies to ensure the company’s long term health and success.

Rudy comes to Windings with experience in engineering, research, and product development as well as management experience with mid-size manufacturing companies located in both the United States and Germany.

Rudy is a proponent of visual management and transparency on the manufacturing floor. He believes in empowering employees to make good decisions by providing them with the tools and information they need to successfully complete their tasks right at their work stations. Rudy is very excited about applying his skills and experience to help the company achieve its objectives, and looks forward to working with Windings’ extraordinary employee owners.

“I am excited to join the Windings team and to leverage my experience in operations to help improve our responsiveness. I believe that Windings is well on its way to becoming the leading supplier of electromagnetic solutions for critical applications, and our dedicated team of employee owners is committed to finding better ways to serve our customers. The future of this company is very bright and I am delighted to be a part of it!” Rudy states.

About Windings, Inc.

Windings, Inc. is an employee-owned company headquartered in New Ulm, Minnesota. Founded in 1965, Windings provides engineered electromagnetic solutions, including custom rotor and stator components, motors, and generators, for critical applications in a variety of industries. Windings partners closely with clients throughout the product development process to provide tailored solutions that are optimized for performance and production. Learn more at

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