Middle Atlantic Products announces executive promotions and appointments
Middle Atlantic Products has announced three new promotions and appointments within the company’s executive team. John Stenzel is now the director of national distribution, Austin Mills is now the vice president of finance and Michael O'Neil has joined the company as director of operational excellence.
"John and Austin have made significant contributions to Middle Atlantic and Legrand, demonstrating a commitment to improving product and business operation," Mike Baker, president of Middle Atlantic, said in a statement.
"These promotions, along with Michael's appointment, add incredible talent and expertise to our company. Their leadership will be vital to ensure Middle Atlantic achieves its goals of providing greater customer satisfaction and service year after year."
Stenzel, the new director of national distribution, held the position of regional sales manager for Middle Atlantic for over seven years. In his former role he was responsible for leading a 16-person sales team that produced record revenues in an eight-state territory for five vertical markets. According to Middle Atlantic Products, Stenzel has also held key sales and management positions for companies including Anixter and MilesTek.
Mills, the new vice president of finance, has over 10 years of experience at Legrand as the company’s director of financial operations and operations controller. According to Middle Atlantic, Mills' experience and business acumen is spread across various disciplines including finance, accounting, manufacturing, logistics, purchasing and sustainability.
O'Neil, the new director of operational excellence, has over 15 years of experience and was formerly a general manager for several manufacturing operations. Prior to joining the company, he served as vice president of operations at Glebar Company. He has also held key executive-level and management positions for companies including Handy & Harman, TE Wire & Cable, United Technologies and Fortune Plastics. According to Middle Atlantic, O’Neil has a proven record of increasing revenues and profitability by identifying inefficiencies and establishing solid processes and procedures using lean manufacturing standards.
Middle Atlantic Products has been part of the Legrand group since Legrand acquired the company in 2011.