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Vincent Noonan named Sheffield Platers VP Strategic Operations

Industry veteran tasked with identifying leads for business development opportunities, and be responsible for ensuring highly productive relationships and partnerships.
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Sheffield Platers in San Diego, California, has promoted Vincent Noonan to Vice President Strategic Operations. Noonan, who joined Sheffield Platers in 2008 and has been the company’s Director of Business Development, has more than 25 years of experience in the metal finishing industry, where he has held key technical, sales and management roles.

 

In the new role for Sheffield — a two-time Products Finishing Top Shop winner — company president Dale Watkins said Noonan will be responsible for ensuring that the organization is well positioned in a rapidly evolving and competitive business environment by being an agent for ongoing organizational change. Sheffield vice president Mark Watkins said that Noonan will help ensure that strategies are clearly understood by all stakeholders, and that the organization is achieving its strategic goals at an optimum pace.

 

In conjunction with the president and executive management team, Noonan will be tasked with identifying leads for new business development opportunities, and will also be responsible for ensuring highly productive relationships and partnerships for the benefit of the organization.

 

For more information, visit SheffieldPlaters.com.

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