Essentium has appointed several new members to its leadership team.
Essentium has appointed several new members to its leadership team.

Additive manufacturing (AM) specialist Essentium has appointed several new members to its leadership team.

This includes Erik Gjovik being promoted to chief supply chain officer, Blake Mosher appointed as chief commercial officer, Elisa Teipel named chief development officer, and Terry MacNeish and Brandon Sweeney appointed executive vice presidents of R&D.

As well as this, Ryan Vano has been named Essentium’s new executive vice president of filaments & logistics, and Will Chiang its vice president of global supply chain.

Kendra Pulliam has been appointed to the position of vice president of marketing, Chad Eichele as director of hardware engineering, and Faisal Altoukhy as senior director of software engineering. Constantin Donea is the new global product director, Cecilia Eklund senior global product marketing manager, and Jay Light has been named senior VP of sales for the Americas.

‘With these appointments and promotions, we leverage existing talent while bringing additional key leadership and global operational experience needed to support our customers to fuel their next stage of growth,’ said Blake Teipel, CEO of Essentium. ‘Growing appetite and adoption across multiple sectors are proof that industrial-scale AM is ready for prime time.’

This story uses material from Essentium, with editorial changes made by Materials Today. The views expressed in this article do not necessarily represent those of Elsevier.