NFPA member news is designed to inform members of key industry updates in quick, bite-sized posts that provide only the most important information. This week’s update comes from HydraForce.
HydraForce, a Lincolnshire, Illinois-based company that manufactures cartridge valves, manifolds, and electro-hydraulic controls, recently announced key changes to its corporate-level management structure in the United States and Great Britain.
- Tony Casale, currently Executive Vice President, will become General Manager of the U.S. operations.
- Peter Macdonald, the Managing Director of European operations at HydraForce Ltd. in Great Britain, is taking on the new role of Director of Global Operational Excellence. He was also named to the Office of the President, joining Jim Brizzolara (President & CEO), Tony Casale, and Dave Nolan (CFO).
- Tony Brown is joining the company to succeed Peter Macdonald as Managing Director at HydraForce Ltd. He comes with extensive experience in manufacturing in a variety of roles.
Read the full announcement here.
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