MRPC, a single-source provider of medical device components and assemblies, announced several staffing updates.
Jerry Krausert is Chief Financial Officer. Krausert joined MRPC to lead integration activities related to MRPC’s acquisition of Johnson Precision, and now serves as the company’s CFO. Krausert’s background includes 28 years in the plastics industry, including financial and operations executive roles at several Wisconsin and Illinois-based plastics companies. He is a CPA, with an undergraduate degree in Accounting from University of Wisconsin–Whitewater, and an MBA from Marquette University.
Josh Meier was named as Corporate Controller. Meier joined MRPC in 2000 and previously had roles as controller and cost accountant at MRPC. As corporate controller, his responsibilities include financial and reporting functions for all three of MRPC’s locations. Meier holds a Master’s degree in Accounting from University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee.
Karsten Black joined MRPC as a Project Engineer. Black has more than eight years of experience in the injection molding industry. Most recently he was a project engineer at a Milwaukee-area injection molding company that served clients in healthcare, dental and other markets. He is a certified ISO 13485 internal auditor and earned a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts Industrial Design from Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design (MIAD).
“We are proud to have these talented professionals in our organization,” said Greg Riemer, President of MRPC. “As MRPC continues to grow, we understand the value of having the industry’s top professionals join us and continue to progress as we work to support our customers,” Riemer added.
In addition to staffing, MRPC expanded in 2016 in several other areas. They included the acquisition of an injection molding and assembly company in New Hampshire, additional clean room facilities, and new state-of-the-art molding machines to meet growing capacity needs.