StackTeck Announces Leadership Changes

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StackTeck has a new president and CEO.


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StackTeck Systems is please to announce that Vince Travaglini has been named StackTeck’s new President and CEO. Vince is taking over the position that Randy Yakimishyn has held for the last 12 years leading up to his retirement.

Vince has been with StackTeck since 1993 and has held the positions of Vice President of Engineering, Continuous Improvement, Mold Qualifications and Repairs Center, also serving for the last two years as Vice President of Sales and Marketing. During 2017, StackTeck set an all-time record for mold sales, which Vince credits to an increased focus on customer service.

Randy joined StackTeck in 2006 after 22 years of working at a well-known hot runner and mold manufacturer supplier and has been a big contributor to StackTeck’s history and successes. While he will be dearly missed, we are excited for him as him embarks on this new stage in life to enjoy much deserved family time.

As Randy hands over the leadership of StackTeck to Vince, the outgoing CEO is confident Vince will continue StackTeck’s legacy, where innovation and collaboration are paramount.


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