Staco Energy Products Announces New VP of Service


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Dayton, OH - Jun 24, 2013 - Staco Energy Products has named Dan Hinkle as the new VP of service. In this newly created position, Hinkle is responsible for supporting all customers in the field, and reports directly to Staco President Jeff Hoffman.

An Ohio native with a degree in business administration and marketing management from the University of Dayton, Hinkle has extensive experience working with a large service organization, managing a large customer service organization, sales management and business development ventures. He also has significant experience implementing lean principles both and has served as an instructor in lean manufacturing principles. In addition to his role of supporting customers, Hinkle will be assigned to lead some key lean projects at Staco.

Prior to joining Staco, Hinkle has held executive roles at Panasonic, Hartzell Fan and most recently ITW-Hobart.

Sam Sembhi, who formerly handled service and quality initiatives at Staco, will continue to serve the company as the Quality Assurance Manager.




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