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New Officers And Members Of DVIRC Receive Official Announcement


DVIRC welcomes its new members and officers.

The DVIRC or “Delaware Valley Industrial Resource Centre” welcomes its new members and officers in “its Board of Directors”. DVIRC develops economic organisations, gives management related consultation and assists “small and middle-market manufacturers” whereby the latter can emerge into the competitive “global economy”.
Following is the list of new officers of DVIRC furnished by BusinessWire:
  • Bernadine Hawes, Senior Research Analyst with Community Marketing Concepts, as Board Chair
  • James Visnic, Vice President, Ametek Chemical Products Division, as Vice Chair
  • Anthony Schweiger, Principal of the Tomorrow Group, as Secretary
While the new board members consists of:
  • Maureen O’Connor, CEO of LEM Products, Inc.
  • Kip Anthony, President, EFE Laboratories, Inc.
  • Burton Cohen, President, Acme Corrugated Box Co.
  • Edward Ryan, Member of the Commercial Banking Advisory Board at Wells Fargo & Company
  • Robert Rosania, CEO, Ehmke Manufacturing Co.
  • Jim Williams, former VP Aerospace and Defense, and Managing Director, 3D Systems/Paramount, President at ResoluteX50
In the words of DVIRC’s chief executive officer, Joseph J. Houldin:
“The addition of these new board members adds a tremendous wealth of knowledge and industry experience to our board. These successful leaders represent diverse backgrounds in business, technology and finance that DVIRC and our market will benefit greatly from.”
DVIRC’s chairman of the “Board of Directors”, Bernadine Hawes commented:
“Our board members are integral to helping guide the DVIRC in delivering on our mission of growing the value of small and medium-sized manufacturers. They are committed to our vision to make Greater Philadelphia an internationally recognized leader in advanced manufacturing competitiveness.”
As mentioned earlier DVIRC is:
“...an economic development, management consulting organization committed to assisting small and medium-sized manufacturing enterprises compete and grow in the global economy”.
The company has been helping manufacturer in the region of Greater Philadelphia for the last twenty seven years, whereby it has focused on reaching out to manufacturer from “every industry sector”. Consequently, DVIRC was involved in improving their “profitability”, bringing in efficiency in their performance and helping them to make their own space in the competitive market.
According to BusinessWire:
“DVIRC's mission is implemented everyday through the delivery of business growth and operational excellence consulting, executive network groups, and training and education. All services are focused on improving the performance and competitive position of client companies and organized around growing the value of individual companies”.
DVIRC’s vision is to improve their region to the standard of “an internationally recognized leader in manufacturing competitiveness”. Consequently, DVIRC’s board of directors members come from various market sectors including banking, economic development, manufacturing and legal sections.


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