Clock Spring relaunches and makes appointments
Clock Spring, the manufacturer of composite sleeves for pipeline repair, has relaunched its 25-year-old brand to coincide with a number of key appointments.
The revamped executive team will carry out its new vision and a marketing-communications’ refresh.
President and CEO Matt Boucher, who has a background in business transformations and was recruited to Clock Spring in 2016, said its focus in 2017 would be to build skills, capabilities, and partner with customers to enhance safety, maintain and protect capital investments, and preserve the environment.
The company also announced the promotion of Andrew Patrick, who has been with the company for 20 years, to the position of Executive Vice President of Global Sales, where he will be responsible for leading customer engagement programs and helping them enhance value with innovative composite solutions.
Buddy Powers, Ivan Zavala, and David Teeter were also appointed to newly created leadership roles.
Mr Powers, who has been with Clock Spring for 15 years and recently returned after a two-year leadership position with Stress Engineering, was named Vice President, Product Management and Technical Services.
Mr Zavala has become Clock Spring’s Senior Director, Manufacturing and Quality, while Mr Teeter will take up the position of Manager, Health, Safety and Environmental.
“Andrew, Buddy, Ivan, and David are key leaders in the Clock Spring transformation,” Mr Boucher said. “Their collective expertise in customer service, product development, quality control, safety and environmental stewardship makes them invaluable as we work to focus the business on innovation, stewardship, and growth.”
Clock Spring’s relaunch also included a new, contemporary logo, and the launch of a new website which has recently gone live.
For more information visit the Clock Spring website.
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