Stamford, CT - Goodway Technologies, a global leader in industrial maintenance and cleaning solutions, is pleased to announce the addition of Greg Wyatt as Senior Vice President of Engineering and Operations to the management team. Wyatt will primarily be responsible for overseeing all of Goodway’s engineered products and operations activities, including managing R&D, material sourcing and operation efficiency.
“For the past 25 years, Greg has worked for some of the best organizations managing various manufacturing operations, engineering, and supply management responsibilities,” said Tim Kane, President, and CEO of Goodway Technologies. “It is this wealth of knowledge and global experience that will be pivotal to Goodway’s growth for years to come.”
Wyatt started his career at GE Industrial Systems where he gained 12 years of operations experience through a variety of roles, followed by ten years at Stanley Black and Decker. While at Stanley Black and Decker, he rose to the level of General Manager and COO of the Asia region and was responsible for all aspects of the supply to and from Asia. Wyatt’s addition to the management team illustrates Goodway Technologies continued focus on growth, manufacturing excellence, and innovation.
“My recent experiences leading a global consulting business has allowed me to combine large-scale efficiencies of working at larger companies with an agile approach for optimizing smaller companies,” said Wyatt. “One of the many benefits of working at Goodway is the opportunity to collaborate closely with all functions within the company. From marketing and engineering to production and supply chain, everyone comes together to find the best solutions for our customers.”
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