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Dan Carroll Appointed President of NanoMech’s Automotive and Industrial Group

Carroll to Oversee NanoMech’s Automotive and Industrial Growth Strategy

Springdale, Ark. (July 16, 2018) – NanoMech today announced the appointment of Dan Carroll as president of NanoMech’s automotive and industrial group. As president, Carroll will assemble a sales and engineering team and oversee NanoMech’s penetration of automotive and industrial markets for advanced nanoengineered lubricants, coatings, paints, and cutting tools that are used by many of the most iconic companies in the world.

Prior to joining NanoMech, Carroll spent more than 25 years in various leadership positions with a privately-owned contract machining and assembly company. During his tenure, Carroll established the company as a market leader in the finish machining of engine blocks and cylinder heads. Additionally, his professional accomplishments include:

  • Opening 10 new facilities in four states encompassing more than three-million-square-feet of manufacturing space.
  • Increasing company revenues by more than 15 times while president and CEO.
  • Growing the company’s workforce more than tenfold from fewer than 200 employees to nearly 2,500.

“Dan has tremendous experience in industrial manufacturing in both metro Detroit and nationally. His strong experience combined with his leadership capabilities make him the perfect fit to lead our exponential growth into the global industrial marketplace,” said Jim Phillips, chairman and chief executive officer, NanoMech. “We are thrilled to have him on board and part of the NanoMech executive leadership team. He will be an integral part of our success moving forward.”

“I am pleased to welcome NanoMech to the Detroit area,” said Sandy Baruah, president and chief executive officer, Detroit Regional Chamber. “NanoMech has been working with several of our regionally-based global firms and the establishment of a significant presence by NanoMech will be good for them and our regional economy.”

Headquartered in Springdale, Ark., and with offices in Houston, Dallas and Detroit, NanoMech is the world leader in surface nanoengineering and material science nanomanufacturing of lubricants, specialty chemicals, pastes, paints, coatings, advanced textiles and advanced cutting tools. NanoMech brings its innovation to global leaders each day in automotive, transportation and trucking; retail; energy manufacturing, exploration and service; truck and marine manufacturing; Indy and NASCAR racing; agriculture and construction equipment manufacturers; refining and formulating lubrication manufacturers; aerospace manufacturing; textile manufacturers; and advanced military applications.

“In addition to being recognized as the world leader in surface nanoengineering and material science nanomanufacturing, NanoMech is committed to investing in world class-people, ideas and tools to increase our customer’s global competitiveness,” said Carroll. “I am impressed with the vision and mission of NanoMech and am thrilled to lead the company’s expansion into the manufacturing industry.”

Carroll holds a Master of Business Administration from The University of Chicago. He and his wife, Kathy, have three daughters and a son.

ABOUT NANOMECH INDUSTRIES

NanoMech, an ISO 9001:2015 certified manufacturer, is focused on patented platform nanomanufacturing technologies that offer a broad range of high-value market opportunities. The operating vision of NanoMech is to be the highest quality world leader in nanomanufacturing innovation with swift product development and an emphasis on deep science-based platform technologies that are scalable for efficient mass production. The company’s heavily patented multi-functional products utilize a very robust macro-molecular based invention(s) of oil and grease lubricants, chemistries, coatings/finishes in metals and textiles that has achieved iconic customer-validated consumer and industrial applications in high-level energy manufacturing, machining, marine, racing, heavy-duty trucking, automotive, aerospace, electronic vehicles, industrial manufacturing and strategic military applications. For more information please visit www.NanoMech.com.

Contact:
Wyatt Watkins
(479) 725-8017
Wyatt.Watkins@nanomech.com