Jetline Hires New Manufacturing Head
Effective As Of Next Month
Supplier firm Jetline (asi/63344) announced that it has hired Greg Mastro as its new senior vice president of manufacturing. The appointment is effective as of next month, and Mastro will be based in Jetline’s Gaffney, SC, plant. Mastro comes to Jetline from Leed’s, where he spent 14 years in operational roles, most recently as vice president of manufacturing.
“We are excited to bring Greg aboard and feel his presence speaks volumes about both the current state of the company as well as the path that we are laying for future growth,” says Eric Levin, CEO of Jetline. “Greg will take on a significant leadership role in the company and we look forward to tapping his depth of experience as we continue to improve our operational capabilities and product offering.”
Jetline said that Mastro will be responsible for improving the company’s decoration and packaging capability and quality, creating efficiencies in conjunction with its supply chain, warehouse, production and shipping departments, and refining its product handling methods and practices.
“Greg was hired to help Jetline evolve into an elite supplier capable of reliably satisfying a wider market with a broader range of product,” Levin said. “He comes to us with a significant engineering background and depth of industry experience with an industry leader, two traits that address missing pieces of the puzzle for Jetline as we assemble the resources to mount an effort towards new product and customer segments. We look forward to welcoming him to the team and leveraging his considerable abilities as we continue on our already successful trajectory.”