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Shape Technologies Group Names Tim Fabian as New Vice President of Marketing & Product Management

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Marie Otake
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Flow International
July 2020 - KENT, Washington - SHAPE Technologies Group, the world’s leading supplier of waterjet technology and ultrahigh-pressure (UHP) manufacturing process solutions, today announced that industry veteran Tim Fabian will be joining SHAPE as Vice President of Marketing and Product Management. His primary role will be leading the long-term vision, strategy, and roadmap for bringing all SHAPE products to market.

“Tim brings extensive experience in the Waterjet, Machine Tool and General Pump industries, with over 20 years in various roles from product and marketing management, to sales, service, and engineering. His breadth and depth of knowledge, coupled with a true passion for our business, make him a perfect fit for this position,” said Steven Harris, SHAPE Chief Executive Officer.

Fabian most recently held positions as Vice President of Aftermarket Services for Bystronic, Inc.; Director of Aftermarket Sales and Service at GRUNDFOS; and served in a variety of leadership and management positions over 16 years at Flow International, the largest subsidiary within the SHAPE organization. “Tim not only has a deep network in our industry, but also having worked previously at Flow, he already has strong relationships and great respect inside the organization. He is certain to make an immediate impact in this important role,” said Harris.

A native of Chicago, Fabian has a degree in Business and Managerial Economics from Western Illinois University and an MBA from Penn State University.

About Shape Technologies Group
Shape Technologies Group, Inc. ("SHAPE") is the world's leading developer and provider of ultrahigh-pressure process solutions for advanced manufacturing and materials processing applications. SHAPE companies deliver innovative manufacturing process solutions to customers spanning 100 countries and a broad array of industries. For more information, visit

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