FT. MITCHELL, Ky., Jan. 16, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- TECT announced today that Anthony Ratica has left the Company for personal and family reasons. Anthony was the president of TECT Power since June 2013. The change is effective as of January 15, 2015.
Robert S. Cohen, CEO of TECT will be acting president of TECT Power while a search is conducted for a replacement.
Rob will be responsible for ensuring that TECT Power's performance and aggressive growth targets are reached. Rob has in-depth knowledge and experience in TECT Power's business. Rob ran the business for eight years prior to becoming CEO of TECT. He is customer focused and extremely passionate about manufacturing.
TECT is a family of privately held, independently managed aerospace companies currently consisting of the TECT Aerospace and TECT Power business units. With more than 115 years of continuous operations, the TECT businesses have a unique blend of business processes, equipment, and proprietary manufacturing capabilities that have earned them leading positions in many of their product niches. TECT's philosophy of utilizing a fully integrated supply chain allows them to deliver precision components and assemblies to customers worldwide with unmatched quality and speed. To learn more, visit http://www.tectcorp.com/.