Executive Appointments

Last updated on July 2nd, 2019 at 10:06 am

Nashotah company names Dyer as new CEO
Dickten Masch Plastics LLC of Nashotah has appointed Steven Dyer as the company’s new president and chief executive officer.

Dickten Masch provides advanced technical solutions in thermoplastic and thermoset molding, engineering, analytical lab and tooling services.

Dyer brings more than 17 years of experience in plastic injection molding, operations management and world-class manufacturing processes to the position. He is a certified "Green Belt" with extensive experience in lean pull systems and brings a focus on waste elimination from all facets of the business. Dyer is also a certified quality engineer and brings a holistic approach to quality as a cornerstone of the overall customer experience, the company said.

"We’re extremely fortunate to have Steve on board to lead Dickten Masch and build upon synergies within the organization to provide our growing customer base with best-in-class service," said J. Douglas Gray, CEO of Everett Smith Group, a privately held investment firm with a majority ownership interest in Dickten Masch. "We’re focused on a long-term commitment to a top management team for Dickten Masch and Steve fits the bill."

Dickten Masch’s client base includes companies such as Cooper Power Systems, Cummins, GE Water & Process Technologies, Kohler Company, Milwaukee Electric Tool, Rockwell Automation Inc. and Square D.

"Our on-site materials lab is truly world class, and the technical competency of the Dickten Masch engineers rates as high or higher than anyone in the industry," Dyer said. "And collectively, Dickten Masch has 250 years of experience in tooling services. This company is rich with talent and advanced technical resources that put us in an excellent position to grow and expand our service offerings. It’s an exciting time and I’m glad to be part of the Dickten Masch team."

Most recently, Dyer was senior vice president of operations with ClearEdge Power Inc., North America’s first commercialized hydrogen based micro-stationary power generation provider.


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