Indium announces senior promotions
CLINTON — Indium Corp. has announced senior leadership changes. Greg Evans has been promoted to chief executive officer while Ross Berntson has been moved up to president and chief operating officer. William Macartney III, former CEO and company owner, continues as chairman of the board, according to a company news release.
Headquartered in Clinton, the materials manufacturer and supplier to the global electronics, semiconductor, thin-film and thermal-management markets also has local operations in Rome and Utica. It has 12 facilities worldwide.
Evans has been with Indium for 36 years, starting as a technical support engineer. He had been president and chief operating officer since 1997, leading the company’s growth to more than 800 employees around the world.
As CEO, Evans will focus on the company’s longterm mission and strategies.
Berntson joined the company in 1996 as a product specialist and has held a series of positions with Indium since then, including that of executive vice president.
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