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Cotta Transmission’s Director of Product Development, Todd Praneis, recently attended the American Gear Manufacturers Association’s Annual Meeting in Palm Beach Gardens, FL.  The event featured cutting-edge educational content, and gave members an opportunity to connect with other top-level executives to share their ideas on  how to drive the industry forward. AGMA began and continues to be on the cutting edge of new technologies. Cotta, an AGMA silver sponsor, is driven to provide customers with the highest quality products.  Cotta’s participation in AGMA has helped to assure that our products are on the cutting edge of technology as well.





Over a century Cotta Transmission has been driven to provide customers with the highest quality products in the industry.  That success has come from staying on the cutting edge of technology, and is why Cotta has been a member of the American Gear Manufacturers Association.  AGMA is a voluntary association of companies, consultants, and academicians with a direct interest in the design, manufacture, and application of gears, couplings and related power transmission components and equipment.  The association, which includes approximately 495 of the world’s top gearing companies across more than 30 nations, is accredited by the American National Standards Institute to write all U.S. standards on gearing.

Cotta has been a sponsor for AGMA’s annual meetings, with this year’s event being held March 31st through April 2nd in Palm Beach Gardens, FL.  The event will feature cutting-edge educational content, and will be a great opportunity for those who attend to gather face to face for the first time in several years.



AGMA expressed their thanks to Cotta Transmission Company, LLC for being a Silver Sponsor at the upcoming AGMA/ABMA Annual Meeting.  Cotta focuses on capability, efficiency, and the process flow to ensure the most important product quality.  Cotta has 55 techniques employed in all departments that improve standardization in the production process.

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