"Mod-A-Can’s long history of producing the highest quality avionics components for the global Aerospace business offers me an outstanding opportunity to continue Stan’s legacy and to help guide the Company’s growth and success in the future."
Hicksville, New York (PRWEB) November 05, 2013
Mod-A-Can, Inc. has announced the appointment of David Potts as their new General Manager, effective immediately. In this new role, David will report directly to the Company’s Board of Directors. He will lead all aspects of Company Management and Operations. David assumes leadership of Mod-A-Can, Inc. after the passing in July 2013 of Stan Buoninfante, President, CEO and founder of Mod-A-Can, Inc.
David Potts has been part of the Mod-A-Can, Inc. team, since the beginning of 2013. He joined the Company as the Plant Manager of Mod-A-Can’s MAC-West facility, where he has done an outstanding job of improving management practices and operations in all areas. David brings a wealth of management and leadership experience to the Company. Prior to joining Mod-a-Can, Inc., David was senior manager at Cobham Aerospace Communications, a global avionics business. David also served as an Avionics Technician in the United States Marine Corp.
David will be supported by Jeff Bartlett, Plant Manager of MAC-East who will take on the new role of Operations Manager. Jeff’s long history and commitment to Mod-A-Can, Inc. will help guide new initiatives designed to make production processes even more efficient, ensuring the highest quality products, as well as improving on-time delivery to customers. Rick Schuetz, Assistant Manager at MAC-West and another long time Mod-A-Can employee, will take on additional operations responsibilities at MAC-West in this reorganization as well.
Mod-A-Can, Inc. is a leading domestic and international supplier of all types of indicator display cases and components to the global avionics industry. Founded in 1966, Mod-A-Can’s products can be found in many of the most important commercial and military aircraft around the world.