Whitney appointed to top sales role at Mack Molding


ARLINGTON — Mack Molding announced Tuesday that is promoting Jonathan Whitney to director of business development, uniting its Northern and Southern division business development teams.

Within this role Whitney joins Mack's senior staff, reporting directly to company president Jeff Somple with dotted-line responsibility to Mack South president Bryan Campbell.

"Jon is a seasoned member of the Mack family and an accomplished engineer," Somple said in a release announcing the move.

"During his tenure with us [Whitney] has consistently shown a keen ability to target new markets, driving sales growth and increased diversity in our customer base," Somple said in a news release announcing the promotion. "Unifying our sales teams under Jon not only reflects his contributions to the organization, it allows us to bring increased focus and strategic execution to the prospecting and onboarding of new customers."

Whitney, who has served as the director of business development for the Company's Northern division since 2016, first joined Mack in 2013 as a business development manager for New England, the company said.

An expert in contract manufacturing, plastics and medical devices, Whitney previously was a senior project manager for the design, development and commercialization of cardiovascular devices at Abiomed. He gained other engineering experience at Olympus, Alkermes and Raytheon, where he earned a green belt six-sigma certification.

Whitney has an MBA from Babson College in Wellesley, Mass.; a masters in engineering management from Tufts University in Medford, Mass.; and a bachelors in plastics engineering from UMass-Lowell.



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