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MATCON ANNOUNCES NEW MANAGING DIRECTOR

October 01
15:38 2014
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Charles Lee (left) congratulates Dave Cooper as Matcon’s leadership changes hands

October 1st 2014 

Matcon is delighted to announce the appointment of Dave Cooper to the position of Managing Director with effect from 1st October 2014.  Dave takes over from Charles Lee who has decided to step down in order to be able to spend a little more quality time with his family.

Dave joined Matcon in 2002, working first in Engineering, then Sales and Business Development before joining the senior management team as Operations Director in September 2008.  He has been at the heart of Matcon’s management and strategic development for several years andhis strong customer focus, technical skills, dynamic work ethic and deep understanding of our business provide the perfect foundation to take on the Company leadership.

Charles has been with Matcon since 1991 working in Sales, Engineering and General Management before becoming Managing Director in 1997.  He has provided great vision and led the Company through periods of dramatic change and together with a superb team has achieved sustained growth and profitability for Matcon.   We are very happy to confirm that Charles is not retiring and will remain on the senior management team as Executive Director giving us the continued benefit of his knowledge and experience.

We congratulate Dave on his appointment and thank Charles for his many years of leadership and wish them both continued success as Matcon enters the next chapter in our exciting story.

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