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Cardinal Fastener Names Bill Boak as New President

Monday, March 25, 2013   (0 Comments)
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Cardinal Fastener, a Cleveland based manufacturer of competitively priced hot formed large diameter quality fasteners, is pleased to announce that Bill Boak has been named to serve as the company’s new president.


Throughout his career Mr. Boak has served as a senior level executive at SPS Technologies, Inc. and Textron Fastening, Inc. where his responsibilities included extensive domestic turnaround and international experience in general management, as well as experience in sales and marketing within the manufacturing and distribution industries. Furthermore, Mr. Boak is a proven leader, recognized for successfully bringing about change while developing strong working teams within diverse organizations.


Marc Strandquist, Cardinal Fastener’s Managing Director said that "Bill came to our attention because of his strong execution skills, his proven ability to lead top performing teams and his track record in contributing to the bottom line. He has demonstrated these skills by innovating new processes and products, turning around complex organizations with multiple business segments. We are very pleased and excited that Bill has joined our organization.”

 

Mr. Boak began his duties at Cardinal Fastener on March 18, 2013.


Cardinal Fastener manufactures competitively priced hot formed, short lead time, large diameter quality fasteners to industry standards and customer blueprints. Their ISO 9001:2008 certification and in‐house A2LA accredited lab insure that their parts meet customer procurement standards.


For more information on Cardinal Fastener visit www.cardinalfastener.com.

 

Mr. Boak may be reached at (216) 831‐3800, or email him at billb@cardinalfastener.com


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