Michael R. Iannotta Appointed New Vice President of Operations of Mod-A-Can, Inc.

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Mod-A-Can, Inc. has announced the appointment of Michael R. Iannotta as their new Vice President of Operations, effective immediately, and he will report directly to the Company's board of Directors. Michael will lead all aspects of the Company Management and Operations and assume leadership of Mod-A-Can at their New York and Arizona facilities.

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Mod-A-Can, Inc. has announced the appointment of Michael R. Iannotta as their new Vice President of Operations, effective immediately, and he will report directly to the Company’s Board of Directors. Michael will lead all aspects of the Company Management and Operations at their New York and Arizona facilities.

Michael is widely respected throughout the business world for his expertise in the Aerospace Manufacturing Industry and his clear understanding of Lean Manufacturing. Mod-A-Can, Inc. welcomes Michael to its Corporate Team as we continue building long term sustainable value to the company.

Michael has 28 years of invested experience as an accomplished professional. Michael has a proven track record of achieving goals, improving customer satisfaction through reducing cost and driving continuous improvement, while improving overall P & L. Prior to joining Mod-A-Can, Inc. Michael was General Manager at PCX Aerostructures. Michael has also held senior positions at Ametek, North Atlantic Industries, Anorad, On Gard Pharmaceuticals and Cybex International Corp.

Michael will be supported by Operations Manager Jeff Bartlett and Arizona’s Plant Manager Rick Schuetz. Jeff and Rick, long tenured employees will help guide new initiatives designed to make production processes even more efficient, ensuring the highest quality products that are delivered on time.

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. For further information, please visit http://www.modacan.com

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Bill Sammon
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