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WALLNER EXPAC ANNOUNCES PROMOTION OF ASTON FULLER TO VP OPERATIONS

WALLNER EXPAC ANNOUNCES PROMOTION OF ASTON FULLER TO VP OPERATIONS
08/20/19  |  News
Joins Wallner Expac’s Executive Team

 

ONTARIO, Calif. – August 20, 2019 – Wallner Expac, the developer and manufacturer of X-Mesh® and MicroForm® expanded metals, today announced the promotion of Aston Fuller to the position of Vice President of Operations with immediate effect. In his new role and member of the executive team, all plant managers, Engineering, Tool Room Assembly, and Maintenance teams will report directly to him.

“I am thankful to work with an incredible team and have so much gratitude to continually learn and develop from the opportunities that have been presented to me. The success that I have had at Wallner Expac is directly attributed to an entire team effort,” said Fuller. “I am excited about this promotion but am even more excited to continue to have fun working, learning, and growing with everyone to build on what we have to meet our individual and common goals.”

Announcing and welcoming the appointment, Mariana Orozco, President, Wallner Expac adds, “Aston has been instrumental in the company’s continuous design and operational improvements. His leadership and innovative drive will continue to strengthen our manufacturing platform to support future business growth.”

Fuller joined Wallner Expac over 10 years ago, starting as an intern while studying Engineering at California Polytechnic University, Pomona. Throughout his tenure, he has accepted increasingly complex responsibilities leading to promotions as Senior Engineer, Product Development Manager, and now Vice President of Operations. He will remain based at corporate headquarters in Ontario, Calif.

For more information please contact Manuel Menchaca, Sr. Marketing Manager at mmenchaca@expac.com or (909) 736-4894.

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