Mott announces new President and Chief Executive Officer

August 12, 2013

Mott Corporation has announced that Boris F Levin has been named as the company’s new President and Chief Executive Officer and has been elected to its Board of Directors. Levin replaces Roger Klene who is retiring after 18 years as Mott’s President.

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Levin has been named as President

and CEO  of Mott Corporation

Levin was previously employed with Nypro Inc., where he last served as Group President of Nypro Healthcare, the company’s largest global business unit, serving the drug delivery, diagnostic, and surgical markets.

David Gordon, Chairman of Mott’s Board of Directors, stated that, “Mott’s customers are seeking ever finer and more uniform filtration and separation capabilities from products that will withstand harsh environments and provide extended service life. Boris’ background in manufacturing for the medical industry, and his otherwise strong combination of academic, technical, and business credentials are ideal to lead Mott as it increasingly relies on specialised engineering and science to produce value-add products.”

Mott Corporation has long been dedicated to applying sintered porous metal to gas and liquid filtration and flow product concepts. The company’s products are used by customers in industries such as medical device, chemical, alternative energy, semiconductor, analytical instrumentation, aerospace, refineries and others.

“Mott’s current market position and future direction across all of its business segments represent an exciting opportunity for the company and one in which I am excited to participate,” added Levin.

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