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Veridiam Names Robert Mazzacavallo New CFO

Thursday, November 5, 2009 General News J E 4
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SAN DIEGO, Nov. 3 Robert Mazzacavallo has joined Veridiam as the company's Chief Financial Officer. San Diego-based Veridiam is a contract manufacturer of high-precision, fabricated assemblies and metal components, primarily serving Fortune 500 companies in the medical devices, power generation, aerospace and general industrial markets.

Before joining Veridiam, Mazzacavallo was Chief Financial Officer at C-Tech Industries in Camas, WA. At C-Tech, Bob worked closely with Andrew Gale, now Veridiam's CEO. Mazzacavallo has spent much of his career assisting mid-sized, multi-site manufacturers grow their business, identify efficiencies, streamline processes and optimize resources.

"Andy Gale has a strong achievable vision for the company and I am looking forward to helping to drive that vision and make it a reality," he continues. "My part in this is to help improve efficiencies, drive out costs and help make Veridiam an even greater success than it is today."

"Among our customers and our competitors, Veridiam is recognized for its unique capabilities and solid reputation for quality," he says. "Veridiam is a gem of a company. I am really excited to be a part of it and to help build upon its successes going forward."

Mazzacavallo sees particular growth potential in nuclear power generation--an industry that Veridiam has been involved in since 1958. "Our capabilities in this area are second to none and our customers are the industry's leaders."

The medical device market also holds tremendous growth potential for Veridiam, Mazzacavallo believes. "Our medical device business has continued to thrive and grow, even in a down economy. We expect this area to expand significantly."

Mazzacavallo holds an MBA in Finance from University of Michigan's Stephen M. Ross School of Business and a BBA in Accounting from University of Notre Dame.

Veridiam, headquartered in El Cajon, CA has two manufacturing facilities in San Diego, CA and a third in San Jose, Costa Rica. Customers include General Electric, Solar Turbines, Hitachi, Toshiba, Boeing, Westinghouse, AREVA, Hologic, Pioneer Surgical and Medtronics. For additional information about Veridiam, visit www.veridiam.com.

SOURCE Veridiam
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