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Amarr is one of the world’s leading designers, manufacturers and distributors of door access systems for residential garages, warehouses, commercial buildings, shopping malls and other commercial applications. Position Description: Job Summary: The General Manager is responsible for managing all aspects of Door Center operations personally or through subordinate staff with primary responsibility f...
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