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Mike Ramsey joins AMRRI

Franklin, Tennessee, May 31, 2022 – AMRRI, a leading industrial lubrication services company, has hired Mike Ramsey as director of marketing and special projects. With 31 years of marketing experience, Ramsey is a respected industry veteran who brings with him a reputation for growing companies. He has an extensive background in business-to-business marketing and brand management.

“We are excited to welcome Mike, as he brings a wealth of experience to this position,” said Mike Johnson, President at AMRRI. “Mike’s extensive background in the lubrication industry makes him the ideal choice as we continue to grow our industrial lubrication services, software and training business lines.”

Ramsey recently spent 22 years with Noria Corporation as co-founder and President where he employed a growth and marketing framework to grow the company and two spin-off companies.

“At AMRRI, we take our customers’ reliability and lubrication program success personally. It drives everything we do. We welcome our customers’ toughest reliability challenges and apply an experience based approach to helping them reach world-class reliability through precision lubrication. I’m excited to be part of AMRRI’s innovative team,” said Ramsey.


Founded in 2006, Advanced Machine Reliability Resources Inc. (AMRRI) AMRRI provides a comprehensive array of reliability and lubrication services to industrial facilities. Headquartered in Franklin, Tennessee, AMRRI serves a diverse national and international client base in process and discrete manufacturing, helping customers reach dependable, repeatable capacity. For more information, please visit

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