Husky announces organizational and leadership changes aimed at delivering products and services with enhanced speed, quality and flexibility to customers

| Business function | Husky | Bolton, ON | Canada

Husky Injection Molding Systems, a leading industrial technology provider to the plastics processing community, today announced organizational and leadership changes to its Hot Runners, Controllers and Medical (HRCM) business aimed at helping the company more quickly and effectively support evolving customer needs around the world. These changes align with Husky’s growth strategy and capitalize on existing synergies within its global operations team.

Since 2017, Husky has been expanding its digitalized Next Generation Operating Model (NGOM), aligning several of the company’s operations teams under this program. Earlier this year the company moved the Rigid Packaging Operations team under NGOM, which has proven instrumental in supporting strong growth for this business.

Husky’s recent changes follow this model and involve further expanding the NGOM team to include HRCM operations. As a result, Wes Grove, who previously held the position of Vice President of Operations for the company’s NGOM program, has been appointed to the role of Chief Operating Officer. In his new capacity, Mr. Grove is now responsible for the company’s NGOM, Rigid Packaging and HRCM global operations teams. Since joining Husky in 2000, he has held increasingly key positions that span Sales Support, Operations, Design and Development Engineering at Husky campuses around the world.

“In our quest to anticipate and exceed customer needs, and to deliver the industry’s best products and services faster and more efficiently, Husky is continuously evolving,” said John Galt, Husky’s President and CEO. “These recent changes not only support these goals, but they also reinforce our ongoing growth strategy aimed at delivering solutions in both mature and emerging markets that will give our customers breakthrough speed, quality and confidence in their investment.”