U.S. Battery Announces Organizational Changes To Operations, Manufacturing And Engineering Positions
U.S. Battery Mfg has announced several new executive management changes within the company. These changes have been implemented to support the company’s commitment to continually improve leadership, quality control, efficiency, and new product development.
Leading these changes is Zachary Cox, who has been promoted to the position of Executive Vice President of Operations. Cox holds a degree in Chemical Engineering from California State Polytechnic University Pomona and a Master’s Degree in Business from the University of California Irvine. He has been a member of the USB team for nine years, and has held various engineering, technical sales, and management positions within U.S. Battery Mfg.
Eric Rueter has been promoted to the position of Executive Vice President of Manufacturing. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Degree from Mississippi State University. Rueter has been a member of the USB team for the past two years, and has an extensive background in process engineering and management both in and outside of the battery industry.
Dr. Marvin Ho has been promoted to the position of Vice President of Product Engineering and Quality. Dr. Ho has been a member of the USB team for over a year, and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from the National Central University, a Master of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from the National Tsing-Hua University, and a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from the University of South Carolina. He has a long history working in various aspects of the battery industry, and is widely respected for his involvement in the advancement of the lead acid battery industry.
“These changes reflect U.S. Battery’s commitment to its employees, as well as to its loyal customer base. We are working to continually find new ways to improve the reliability of our products, as well as ensuring the growth and forward movement of our management team,” U.S. Battery COO Don Wallace said. “Our administrative, engineering, sales, and manufacturing teams are helping the company spearhead new technologies that are moving U.S. Battery into the future, as we approach our 100-year anniversary.”