Unidynamics Hires New Engineering Director

Tuesday, December 17, 2002
Unidynamics welcomed back William H. Kell to its team as Director of Systems Engineering responsible for estimating, product development, design and manufacturing engineering. Bill comes to us with over 15 years of engineering experience and was with Crane Defense Systems, the parent company of Unidynamics prior to its acquisition by Gulf Coast Holdings in the fall of 1999. Bill's desire to return to Unidynamics coupled with his history with the company made him an optimal choice for this position. His most recent experience was with SGI-Integrated Graphic Systems as their Director of Engineering. During his tenure with SGI, he was responsible for Product Development and Estimating, Product Configuration Control, Drafting and Art. Prior to his position with SGI, Bill was Vice President of Engineering for Crane Defense Systems. As a member of the executive staff his responsibilities included P & L, short-term tactical planning, strategic planning, and forecasting. Bill worked as a Plant Manager at I.T.T. Hildebrandt Engineering Co. making him quite familiar with the manufacturing environment. Bill also has extensive design and manufacturing experience with a variety of equipment in the U.S. Navy fleet. He has a Bachelors Degree awarded to him from Michigan Technological University in Mechanical Engineering.

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