Clinton Twp. manufacturer names new CEO

CLINTON TOWNSHIP—The Clinton Township manufacturer Xcentric Mold & Engineering has named Matt McIntosh as CEO, succeeding Matt Wise, interim CEO since June.

Matt McIntosh. Xcentric Mold & Engineering photo.

“After a thorough and deliberate selection process, we are excited to announce Matt McIntosh as CEO of Xcentric,” Wise said. “Matt’s proven success for implementing sustainable growth strategies and contemporary systems will help to ensure Xcentric continues evolving as a trusted domestic partner for rapid manufacturing.”

Before joining Xcentric, McIntosh served as CEO of Troy-based Debron Industrial Electronics LLC, where he led the company through a period of transformation, tripled the size of the company, and led the merger and integration of DCA Manufacturing of Cumberland, Wis.

Prior to Debron, McIntosh was vice president of sales and market at Allied Moulded Products Inc., a Bryan, Ohio-based compression and injection molding company, where he led domestic and international growth along with installation of modern e-commerce tools.

Said McIntosh: “Xcentric takes an authentic, customer experience focused approach in every situation—which is a refreshing and much-needed presence in the marketplace. Also, with its talented and dedicated employees, the organization has earned a reputation for excellence and agility in rapid manufacturing. Xcentric has amazing people and a strong foundation with outstanding opportunity for growth.”

McIntosh earned a Bachelor of Business Administration from Western Michigan University, Haworth College of Business, and an MBA from Eastern Michigan University.

Founded in 1997, Xcentric provides manufacturing services, including plastic injection molding, CNC machining, and 3D printing. More at http://www.xcentricmold.com.

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