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11/30/2015 | 1 MINUTE READ

RocTool names new CEO

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Mathieu Boulanger officially becomes RocTool’s CEO on Dec. 1, 2015.

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RocTool (Savoie Technolac, France) has appointed Mathieu Boulanger as its new CEO. Boulanger spent 10 years in the company leading business development as well as two years operating as president of RocTool in Charlotte, NC. RocTool chairman Jean-Marie Demeautis and RocTool board of directors have announced that Stephane Hersen is leaving RocTool on Nov. 30, 2015 and that Mathieu Boulanger will officially become the RocTool CEO on Dec. 1, 2015.

“Our priority is to constantly support new OEM designs and challenges. Our technologies and our new services offer unique solutions to manufacturers in addressing those challenges. Three key words: surface quality, lightweighting and performance,” Boulanger stated.

RocTool technologies continue reaching more applications and accelerate its developments with OEM and manufacturers in North America. The company is currently growing its presence in North America and counting more users and RocTool technologies are now used in production in North America. The platform in Charlotte is becoming one of RocTool key technical centers for demonstrations and trials for injection molding, and soon for compression molding.

On Nov. 4th, Flex (which recently acquired 14.76% of RocTool capital) has been appointed as board member of RocTool. Flex will be represented by François Barbier, Flex Group president of global operations & components. 

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