Ametek SMP appoints John Sinks as division vice president

April 25, 2022

Ametek SMP has appointed John Sinks as division vice president, Business Unit Manager (Courtesy Ametek Specialty Metal Products)
Ametek SMP has appointed John Sinks as division vice president, Business Unit Manager (Courtesy Ametek Specialty Metal Products)

Ametek Specialty Metal Products (SMP), Collegeville, Pennsylvania, USA, has appointed John Sinks as division vice president and Business Unit Manager. In this new role, Sinks will be leading and overseeing the five Ametek SMP businesses around the world.

Sinks holds a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering from Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana, and a master’s degree in Business Administration from The Kellogg School at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. He brings experience from his previous senior executive positions within the engineering and manufacturing sectors.

“Joining Ametek SMP is an exciting challenge that I am looking forward to taking on immensely,” stated Sinks. “The quality metal products and talented teams within our business enable us to build on our leading reputation for high performance and excellent customer service.”

Tom Matway, vice president and General Manager of the Engineered Materials, Interconnect and Packaging division at Ametek, commented, “We are pleased to welcome John to the Ametek SMP team. His extensive leadership experience and technical knowledge will help drive continued growth of our business unit and secure our ongoing success around the world.”

Ametek SMP is a manufacturer of speciality metal powders, precision metal tubing, high purity metal strip, ultra-thin foil, and shaped wire. The five businesses that make up Ametek SMP are Hamilton Precision Metals, Ametek Eighty Four, Ametek Wallingford, Superior Tube, and Fine Tubes.

www.ametekmetals.com

Ametek SMP has appointed John Sinks as division vice president, Business Unit Manager (Courtesy Ametek Specialty Metal Products)

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