Airtex-ASC Names Chad Hawkins Quality Manager, Fuel/Continuous Improvement

In his new role, Hawkins will be responsible for the development, implementation and management of quality control systems designed to ensure continuous production of advanced composite materials and applications.

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Chad Hawkins has joined Airtex-ASC as quality manager, fuel/continuous improvement, it was announced today by Rick Hindi, global quality director for Airtex-ASC.

“As we continue to set a new standard when it comes to innovative, high-quality manufacturing processes, we knew Chad Hawkins would be an excellent addition to the Airtex-ASC team,” said Hindi. “Chad has over 20 years of quality systems management experience and as a certified lean leader, he brings a wealth of knowledge in the area of lean manufacturing to Airtex-ASC.”

In his new role, Hawkins will be responsible for the development, implementation and management of quality control systems designed to ensure continuous production of advanced composite materials and applications.

Hawkins has held a wide array of manufacturing and engineering positions throughout his career including stints with HEXPOL Compounding, Dana, Bates Rubber, Goodyear and Honeywell. A graduate of Murray State University, Hawkins has a Bachelor of Science degree in manufacturing engineering technology.

For more information about premium quality Airtex fuel pumps and ASC water pumps, contact an Airtex-ASC sales representative or visit www.airtexasc.com.

About Airtex-ASC

Airtex-ASC is a division of UCI International and a privately held company that manufactures premium quality fuel and water pumps for original equipment and aftermarket customers worldwide. Airtex-ASC is headquartered in North Canton, Ohio, with offices in Michigan, Illinois, Mexico, Spain and China. For more information, visit www.airtexasc.com.

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