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Joe Cestari joins Total Facilities Solutions as President

10 June 2009 | By Síle Mc Mahon | Going Places

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J. CestariA subsidiary of M+W Zander US, Inc., Total Facilities Solutions (TFS) has added to its executive team with the addition of high-tech industry veteran Joe Cestari as president. With this new role, Mr. Cestari will take on responsibility for the development of markets, regional expansion and the establishment of a strategic plan for TFS products and services focused on OEMs and large-scale process systems suppliers.

Cestari brings 25 years high-level management of technology companies to TFS, including roles as CEO of Ram Technology, LLC, and as CEO of ILS Technology, LLC. Previous positions have included managerial roles at Applied Materials, AMD and Kinetic Systems. He brings a strong background in global business development, supply chain management and process systems to the company.

“Joe brings the ideal industry background and proven leadership skills to help us expand the markets and reach of TFS’ business with the objective of enhancing both revenues and profits over the long term,” said Rick Whitney, president and CEO of M+W Zander US, Inc. 

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