Canada Metal Pacific names chief operating officer

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Gerald Dyck

Gerald Dyck

Canada Metal Pacific Ltd. said Gerald Dyck has joined the firm as chief operating officer.

The company said Dyck brings 25 years of senior-level manufacturing management experience in operations, engineering, business development, offshore manufacturing and multicultural leadership to the CMP group of companies.

He will take charge of CMP’s North American, Chinese and European production, supply-chain, quality and engineering operations.

“Gerald’s wealth of experience and industry knowledge has already made him a key addition to the CMP family,” John Mitchell, president of CMP, said in a statement.

“We view his appointment as a sign of our commitment to continuous improvement. Our recent growth and increasing demands from our customers led us to look for an addition to our team who will fit in with our ethos of innovation and exceptional service, and it is very fortunate that we were able to find someone of Gerald’s caliber to fulfill this role. I’m confident that Gerald will play a key role in providing and implementing high-quality solutions within our global operations.” 

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