07.09.2009 04:30 PM
Dielectric Appoints Fichter VP of Operations

Mark Fichter has been promoted to vice president of operations at Dielectric Communications, which manufactures broadcast antenna systems for television, mobile media, and radio. In his new position, Fichter takes responsibility for all aspects of the manufacturing operation at Dielectric’s Raymond, Maine location.

Fichter has more than 20 years of experience in operational management and engineering for the manufacturing industry. He joined Dielectric Communications in 2001, where he most recently served as manager of operational excellence. Prior to Dielectric, Fichter served as vice president of operations for Maine Poly, Inc. He holds a Bachelor of Science in chemical engineering from Pennsylvania State University.

“As the broadcasting industry continues to evolve,” said Fichter, I’m looking forward to helping maintain our leadership position and ensure that our manufacturing operations are poised to respond to the many exciting new opportunities as they emerge.”

“I can think of no one more qualified than Mark to take the helm of our manufacturing operation. Since joining our company, he has distinguished himself by his leadership and his commitment to product excellence and customer satisfaction,” said Dielectric President Garrett VanAtta. “We’re looking forward to working with Mark to continually improve and expand our operations to keep pace with our company’s evolution.”

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