GARDNER, Mass. (March 15, 2022) – Mack Prototype, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Mack Molding Co. focused on complex prototyping and low-volume manufacturing, has announced the appointment of Casey Tsougranis as Director of Business Development.
Tsougranis will be responsible for developing new clients and marketing support for Mack Prototype’s additive manufacturing, new product introduction (NPI), plastic injection molding, cast urethane molding and machining services. She has been a Business Development Manager for Mack Molding since June 2017, covering New England and the Mid-Atlantic.
“We are very excited to have Casey leading the introduction of Mack Proto 2.0 to our customers,” said Mack Prototype President Greg Cebular. “She has been key to integrating the first programs into our NPI Launch Lab, and her familiarity with Mack will serve customers well. Casey understands how to leverage the breadth of our services to build solutions that meet our customers’ needs throughout the product development lifecycle, including bridging to full-volume production.”
During her tenure with Mack, Tsougranis fostered growth by identifying new client, market and technology opportunities. She previously built valuable product development and validation experience as a Mack intern. She has a bachelor of science degree in management engineering with a concentration in chemistry from Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI).
About Mack Molding
Mack Molding is a leading custom plastics molder and supplier of contract manufacturing services. Mack specializes in plastics design, prototyping, molding, sheet metal fabrication, full-service machining and medical device manufacturing. Founded in 1920, Mack is a privately owned business that operates 11 facilities throughout the world. Will Kendall is President and CEO. For more information, go to www.mack.com.
About Mack Prototype
Mack Prototype offers 75,000 square feet of manufacturing in an ISO 13485 certified environment specializing in low-volume manufacturing, including rapid prototyping, such as 3D printing for small and large parts; rapid moldmaking; low-volume, small-part injection molding; CNC machining; cast urethane molding; and extensive painting and finishing operations. For more information, visit www.mackprototype.com.