Atlanta, Ga (PRWEB) May 05, 2017
Tie Down is pleased to announce that effective Monday, 04/03/2017, David Maxey will be transitioning into the position of VP of Sales and Marketing. Assisting with this transition, current EVP of Sales Shirley MacKarvich will be working together with David. David will be responsible for sales team leadership and driving revenue while being a valuable contributor in the areas of marketing and business strategy.
Before Tie Down, David served as the Chief Operating Officer for MFG.com, the largest custom manufacturing marketplace in the world. David’s experience and knowledge of sales operations and leveraging IT as a primary tool will be very beneficial in helping Tie Down Engineering expand market share while increasing customer satisfaction. Shirley stated, “David’s understanding of B2B, Ecommerce, strategic planning, technology, and CRM systems along with his experience in sales, marketing and customer service will continue the future growth and success of Tie Down. We are delighted to have David become a member of our team.”
Another Tie Down member who is ecstatic to see David join the TDE ranks is Chase MacKarvich, Chief Financial Officer, “I am thrilled to have David join our team. David will lead the efforts to increase revenue and expand marketing activities, as well as contribute to the marketing and business strategy for Tie Down.”
David comes to Tie Down Engineering with 10 Years’ experience, where he has held senior roles in managing and leading teams in a multitude of diverse industries. In addition, he earned a Bachelor’s in Business Administration from the University of Georgia and holds an Executive Masters in Business Administration from Kennesaw State University where he graduated with honors. Passionate about the growth and development of others, David has sought to fill this desire through servant-leadership roles.
“I’m very grateful for the opportunity to join the Tie Down family. Tie Down Engineering is not just another manufacturer, but so much more. They are an industry leader in manufacturing capabilities and engineering. This provides a competitive advantage and clear path to continued growth. I’m ready to jump two-feet into the core of the Tie Down family.”
About Tie Down Engineering
Tie Down has always believed in growth through innovation in both product and manufacturing capabilities. In the early 80’s, Tie Down became one of the first manufacturers in the Southeast to incorporate robotic welding. Early 90’s brought CNC sheet laser cutting permitting the growth of products no longer dependent on the older legacy manufacturing methods that traditionally required great expense in both hard tooling and higher volume run requirements from coiled steel. CNC laser cutting also allowed much greater freedom in engineering design as the shapes and profiles being produced in CAD were no longer constrained to hard tooling. Tie Down was also an early adopter of 3D modeling as well as FEA analysis when such tools were still in their infancy.
At the start of the new millennium and upon taking the lessons learned from both manufacturing and engineering growth, Tie Down again expanded its capabilities and became one of the first firms in North America to incorporate Laser Tube cutting. In 2009, the first tube laser in the Western Hemisphere incorporating a fiber laser power source was commissioned. 2012 came the implementation of the first high powered fiber laser in a sheet cutting platform with the introduction of a 5,000-watt fiber laser and most recently in 2017, an 8000-watt fiber laser. Coupled with cutting capabilities are our vast metal forming and robotic welding assets have also kept pace with our growth in tube, plate, and sheet cutting. In 2016, the first and only high capacity bi-directional folding machine in all North America was commissioned offering another unique ability to form sheet metal.
With the unique growth in both engineering and manufacturing innovation has not gone unnoticed, and these capabilities have been highly sought after by the most discerning of end-users. For very high volume manufacturing, Tie Down Engineering has achieved the highest of supplier quality and performance standards by firms such as United Technologies, Textron, and Kubota to name a few, while performing cutting edge R&D and low volume production work for Lockheed Martin, Army Research Laboratory (ARL), Tank Automotive Research Development and Engineering center (TARDEC), and even NASA.
Interested in what Tie Down has to offer or would like to learn more about Tie Down Engineering? Please come check out the new website: http://www.TIEDOWN.COM and follow us on our Social Media Pages!
Tie Down Engineering looks forward to meeting every expectation and taking on every engineering challenge.