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Taylor Made Group names new president and COO

The Taylor Made Group named Andrew Hider president and COO.

The Taylor Made Group named Andrew Hider president and COO.

Taylor Made chairman and CEO Dennis Flint announced the move Tuesday.

Hider joins Gloversville, N.Y.-based Taylor Made from Danaher Corp., where he spent the past 10 years. His first role was general manager of Dover Instruments; he later moved to Anderson Instruments as vice president and general manager.

He then became president of XOS and most recently was president of Veeder-Root, a fuel management company.

Prior to joining Danaher, Hider worked for General Electric in positions of increasing responsibility up to becoming general manager of GE Tri-Remanufacturing, Taylor Made said.

He has a bachelor’s degree in engineering and management and an MBA from Clarkson University.

Hider was born and raised in the Finger Lakes region outside Syracuse, N.Y., where his love of boats and water recreation began as a small child. He resides in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., with his wife and two children.

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