Swagelok Inc. designs, manufactures, and markets fluid system solutions. It provides filters, fittings, hoses and flexible tubing, measurement devices, miniature modular systems, pre-engineered subsystems, quick-connects, regulators, sample cylinders, tubing and tube accessories, valves, and welding systems, as well as leak detectors, lubricants, and sealants. The company also offers product selection support, customization, purchasing and procurement, supply chain management, training and education, and plant maintenance and efficiency services. In addition, it provides engineered-to-order products for a specific situation; and engineering support, project management, and installation servi...
29500 Solon Road
Solon, OH 44139
Founded in 1947
Swagelok Company Announces Management Changes
Feb 8 16
Swagelok Company has promoted Ward Dumm to vice president of continuous improvement and quality. Dumm joined the company in 1991 and has held several leadership positions in engineering and operations management. Most recently, he served as director of manufacturing strategies and engineering systems, where he was responsible for the technology and systems support needed to manufacture and assemble products across its footprint. David E. Krabill has been promoted to vice president of information services and Chief Information Officer (CIO) and is responsible for leading all functions within information services and optimizing the organization's investment in a new enterprise resource planning business system. Krabill joined the company in 1992 and has held leadership positions in key areas, including human resources and customer service. Most recently, Krabill served as director of information services strategy, governance, and architecture. Timothy G. Rosengarten has been named vice president of operations with responsibility for the organization's general industrial manufacturing activities. He succeeds Michael F. Neff, who retired at the end of 2015. Rosengarten joined the company in 2006 and has held leadership roles in the organization's fitting services and valve services groups. Most recently, he served as vice president, continuous improvement and quality, where he established consistent metrics across the organization and continued the development of the company quality methodology. Nick N. Ezzone has assumed the newly created role of vice president, global sourcing and logistics. In this role, Ezzone is responsible for all global procurement responsibilities including component, raw material, and expense purchasing, as well as supplier development and scheduling. Hewill also lead the corporate warehouse and logistics teams. Most recently, Ezzone served as vice president, customer service and supply chain. Matthew P. LoPiccolo has assumed the role of vice president, customer service and supply chain. His responsibilities include leading the areas of customer and technical service, supply chain planning, forecasting, inventory, and product data management. Most recently, LoPiccolo served as vice president of information services and Chief Information Officer from 2007 to 2015 and successfully led the company's recent business systems transformation.