IMT Partnership approaches its 100th anniversary with a wealth of experience and accomplishment – and a hopeful outlook for breaking new ground going forward.

Steve McManus

Director – Business Development

Steve is responsible for building and developing new customer relationships for IMT. In his role, Steve brings value to IMT customers by applying his skill and experience to ensure that the team provides the best solution to a customer application in terms of cost and required quality performance. Steve is presently working with all departments within the company to reduce costs, and to increase axle volume.
An industry veteran, Steve applies his vast knowledge and understanding of the technology and the market to create connections that bring value to customers and IMT alike.

Doug Lemon

General Manager

As General Manager of Ingersoll Axles, Doug brings with him over 16 years of manufacturing experience. Most notably, he has held positions with TRW Automotive and IMT as both a Quality Engineer and Quality Manager.
Doug holds an Honours B.A. from the University of Waterloo with additional education in Operations Leadership from the Ivey School of Business. He is registered as a Quality Engineer with the American Society of Quality with experience in Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma Problem Solving. Doug’s background enables him to lay the foundation for future growth and development to make Ingersoll Axles a competitive, quality-driven organization.

Ken Stubbs, P. Eng

Engineering Manager

Ken brings to the axles engineering department extensive experience in all aspects of engineering, from design to process improvement. Having worked for over 15 years in the automotive sector, Ken is able to use those skills in the axles department to streamline processes and realize efficiencies.
Ken has a degree from the University of Waterloo in Mechanical engineering, and has training in numerous areas including DFA/DFM, lean manufacturing and Six Sigma.
Ken prides himself on attention to detail, and you can rest assured that any project in the hands of the Ingersoll Axles Engineering group will be completed to your specification each and every time.

Neil Haslam

Head of Design Engineering

Neil and his team can be credited with the creation and development of the ISS Suspension. The ISS was the first suspension system introduced by IMT and since its launch there are now 15 models available with new versions being released frequently.
Neil graduated with a degree in Aerospace Engineering from Ryerson University, and went on to work for Reyco Granning as a project Engineer for several years where he handled engineering for all Canadian products. Neil is currently responsible for the coordination and design of new products launched by Ingersoll Axles. Neil and his team are continuously releasing new products, for the most recent developments, be sure to check with your sales representative, or check out the news section of our website.

Rudy Wosing

Technical Service Representative

If you see an Ingersoll Axles branded truck driving down the 401 corridor, make sure to wave as you are passing either Rudy or Phil. Rudy has been with IMT for over 30 years and has had experience with every aspect of the business. Having started on the shop floor, Rudy has an intricate understanding of axles and exactly what goes into making them. Rudy held several positions from welder to assembler, to supervisor, to production manager. Rudy’s background makes him the idea technical service rep. On the road constantly, Rudy is there to help new customers with their first installations, to conduct training classes, or to simply take a look and help diagnose axle related issues. Rudy is an industry guru and his blog contains some of the best technical expertise around.

Phil Schnurr

Technical Service Representative

Phil worked at Ingersoll Axles in an engineering role for more than 17 years and recently has joined Rudy Wosing in the role of Technical Service liaison. Most of Phil’s time in engineering was spent in the design and development of new products, but he also provided technical support to customers and was involved in the production process. He is a co-inventor on several patents related to Ingersoll Axles products and processes. In his new role of Technical Service Liaison, Phil brings an essential mix of engineering expertise and production experience. Phil will be able to take any of your product concerns and design solutions that will work going forward. Phil received his Ontario College Advanced Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Technology (with an emphasis on Design and Analysis) from Conestoga College in 1990.