Sussex Wire Appoints Madan Mathevan Director Of Engineering

  • May 08, 2014
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May 8, 2014 - Sussex Wire appointed Madan Mathevan Director of Engineering. Mathevan’s 14 year career includes extensive experience in New Product Development and Project Management. His design and manufacturing engineering leadership spans Tooling, Materials Science, Cold Forming, Cold Heading, Roll Forming, Machining and Stamping. As background to his career experience, Mathevan holds a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering and a Master of Science Degree in Industrial Engineering.   "Mr. Mathevan’s hands-on leadership style, coupled with a diversity of industry and academic experiences, adds real horsepower to Sussex Wire’s engineering organization,“ President Tim Kardish, stated, “not only because of his unique technical qualifications, but also by virtue of his depth of New Product Development experience which will accelerate our customers’ product innovation projects and reduce their time to market.” Through his appointment, Mr. Mathevan will expand Sussex Wire’s pioneering work in collaborative design, development, manufacture and control of miniature and micro-miniature metal components for customers seeking a better solution for yield, strength, assembly and cost through the application of cold and roll forming technologies. Mr. Mathevan broadens Sussex Wire’s design and manufacturing technology acumen in Tooling, Cold Forming, Cold Heading, Roll Forming and Machining as well as selection protocols for tool steel, coatings and raw materials. The appointment further extends Sussex Wire's Continuous Improvement LEAN initiatives into Design and Engineering.   About Sussex Wire, Inc. Sussex Wire is one of a very few companies in the world that can manufacturer miniature, precision, geometrically complex, cold forming of parts in quantities ranging from 10 million to over 1 billion per year. Sussex Wire utilizes cold-forming and roll-forming technologies to shape metal wire and specialty alloys in diameters of 0.0035’’ to 0.250’’ at room temperatures into symmetrical and asymmetrical components faster and in a more cost-effective manner than traditional machining, stamping, metal injection molding and casting methods can. The Company serves global blue chip customers who operate in the medical, electronics, connectors, computer, automobile, transportation, appliance, semiconductors, and glass to metal seal industries. Examples of custom parts are illustrated on the Company's website.

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