Amastan Technologies appoints Kevin O’Shea its new CCO

September 6, 2019

Amastan Technologies, North Andover, Massachusetts, USA, a developer of microwave plasma technology for the production of materials used in the Additive Manufacturing, battery and other industrial markets, has appointed Kevin O’Shea its new Chief Commercial Officer. Reporting to Aaron Bent, Amastan CEO, O’Shea will lead the company’s commercial efforts globally.

Prior to joining Amastan, O’Shea held various commercial roles for Merck KGaA, Sigma Aldrich and Dow Electronic Materials, and was formerly CEO of Soulbrain Sigma Aldrich JV. He holds a BS in Chemical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and an MBA from Clark University.

“Amastan’s UniMelt™ system is a platform technology that significantly enhances material options in various markets,” stated Bent. “We have constructed a world-class team to help manage the rapid growth within our individual business units and industry focus areas. Following our Series B-2 Investment, the company is at the doorstep of our commercial launch. Having the go-to-market experience Kevin brings to Amastan is absolutely critical to our success across markets such as batteries and Additive Manufacturing.”

www.amastan.com 

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