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Libra Industries, a privately-held systems integration and electronics manufacturing services (EMS) provider, announced promotion of Patrick Mattingly to the position of Vice President Strategic Accounts.
Mattingly joined Libra in April 2021 in the role of Business Manager. Since joining Libra, he has effectively led the stabilization and growth of one of the company’s largest accounts. Mattingly and the team established processes and adopted tools that have been leveraged companywide, enabling growth in Libra’s other factories.
Libra has performed at exceptional levels during the past several quarters, and this has led to substantial new business opportunities. In his new role, Mattingly will be tasked with further building out the team, tools and capabilities.
Mattingly earned his BS in Applied Science, Manufacturing Engineering from Miami University, and MBA in IT and International Business from the University of Dayton. He holds a Master Certificate in Project Management from The George Washington University.
Libra Industries continues to invest to provide customized manufacturing solutions for its customers’ complex product requirements. Through its broad range of capabilities, Libra offers its customers the most capable manufacturing team in the industry.
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