Imtra Names New CFO

MarineLink.com
Tuesday, June 25, 2013
Jeff Vancura

Imtra, a manufacturer and importer of marine products, announced today the hire of Jeff Vancura to be the company’s next Chief Financial Officer (CFO). A finance veteran with 20 years of executive experience, Mr. Vancura has held similar roles for Double E Company, TPI Composites and Mettler-Toledo Thornton. In addition to his financial duties, Mr. Vancura is also a member of Imtra’s strategic planning team.

Mr. Vancura was selected following an extensive search after Ned Rogerson, Imtra's CFO for more than 23 years, announced he would retire. The two executives will work closely to ensure a smooth transition and transfer of knowledge throughout the rest of the calendar year.
 

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