Robroy Shifts Leadership

BELDING, Mich. & VERONA, Pa. — Effective January 1, 2019, Craig Mitchell will be promoted to President of Robroy Enclosures, and Jeffrey Seagle will be promoted to a senior corporate position as Vice President of Business Development for all of Robroy Industries.

Craig Mitchell

Mitchell joined Robroy Enclosures in 2009 as General Manager and became Vice President of Operations & Administration in 2018. Prior to joining the organization, he served for 15 years as a plant manager for Key Plastics. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Cornerstone University and an Associate’s Degree in Automated Manufacturing from Grand Rapids Community College.

Rob McIlroy, CEO of Robroy Industry, states: “Craig has earned our collective respect through his outstanding contributions to the general benefit of our entire company and, more specifically, to the growth of our Stahlin and Attabox electrical enclosure brands. Craig has been at the forefront of an organization that is healthy and profitable, and is positioned for even more success in the years to come. Craig’s expertise in operations, combined with his dedication to helping build a progressive sales culture within Robroy Enclosures, represents an ideal balance that adds great value for our business and our customers.”

Jeffrey Seagle

Also effective January 1, 2019, Jeffrey Seagle will be promoted to a senior corporate position as Vice President of Business Development for all of Robroy Industries. He will be responsible for identifying, exploring, and evaluating growth opportunities intended to optimize revenue and profits. Seagle will focus on developing strategies and plans to convert business potential into viable income streams either through enhancements of existing relationships or via acquisitions that compliment or support current activities and product offerings of Robroy Industries.

McIlroy stated: “Jeff has been an extraordinary contributor to the success of our company since 1990, first as Marketing Director for eight years, then as President of Robroy Enclosures since 1998. As a senior manager with vast experience he is the ideal individual to help us position our company for future growth. His knowledge of both our electrical enclosures and our electrical raceway operations will enable him to match new opportunities with existing capabilities and to guide our enterprise forward.”

Prior to joining Robroy Industries, Seagle served for eleven years in both the engineering and marketing departments of Delphi. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Purdue University, and his MBA from Carnegie Mellon University.

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