Hartzell Air Movement Hires Cordonnier

MaritimeProfessional.com
Monday, September 16, 2013
Neil Cordonnier

Hartzell Air Movement is pleased to announce that Neil Cordonnier has joined as Vice President of Operations.

 

He will be focused on improvements in the operation using Six Sigma, lean techniques, and other process improvements. Sean Steimle, President of Hartzell Air Movement explains, “We are very excited to have Neil as part of our team. He will be focused on developing a flexible operational footprint and improving operational efficiencies across our manufacturing facilities.”


Prior to joining Hartzell, Neil worked as President of Ernst Metal Technologies. He has a diverse background working in the operations of small companies and large companies such as Delphi. Neil Cordonnier received a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering from the University of Cincinnati and a Masters in Operations Management from Kettering University. He has a Six Sigma Black Belt and will soon receive his Six Sigma Masters Black Belt.


Hartzell Air Movement is a leading manufacturer of industrial air moving solutions to a variety of markets throughout the world. The company manufactures in Ohio, Indiana, and Singapore. Hartzell has been in business since 1875.

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