Thomas Millis is the Manager of Global Reliability Services within the Bearings and Power Transmission Group at The Timken Company.

Timken's reliability solutions group is dedicated to being a best in class provider of asset reliability solutions for heavy industry, power transmission, and energy market segments. They deliver this value to our customer through an integrated portfolio of asset reliability solutions providing increased uptime, improved productivity, safety, and quality, all leading to improved revenue and profitability.

Tom joined the company and was named to this position in early 2005.

Prior to joining Timken, Tom was the Director, Parts and Service at the Hoover Company. During his career at The Hoover Company he held a number of leadership positions in logistics, supply chain, business development, and robotics engineering.

Tom is a member of the Society of Maintenance and Reliability Professionals and is a Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional. He is very active in the community including activities with Leadership Stark County, Meals on Wheels, Habitat for Humanity, and United Way.

Tom received a bachelors of science from Kent State University and a masters degree in business administration from Case Western Reserve University. 

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