JTEKT North America Corporation, part of JTEKT Corporation, was founded in 2006 through the merger of Koyo Seiko, Co., LTD and Toyoda Machine Works, LTD, forming a new global company combining modern technology with a rich heritage of quality. With more than 6000 associates and 24 facilities, including 15 manufacturing sites, 2 Technical Centers and 5 Distribution Centers, JTEKT North America manufactures a broad range of products under three solid brands: JTEKT Automotive Systems, Koyo Bearings and Toyoda Machine Tools.
On this episode, Rob and Dylan recap the early week Region Tournament games and discuss Brady Smith and Tanner Franklin being named Mr. Baseball Finalists. Stay till the end for some Walters State baseball talk, as well as VolTalk with Rob!
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