Quigley named president of Sterling Technologies

Published: March 28, 2012 6:00 am ET

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LAKE CITY, PA. (March 28, 11:00 a.m. ET) — Cary Quigley has been promoted to president of Sterling Technologies Inc., a Lake City-based custom rotational molder.

Quigley has worked for the company since 1998, with management responsibility in areas including sales, manufacturing, quality, shipping, engineering and purchasing.

“Cary was a natural choice for President as we transition the business into new categories and higher levels of revenue,” said CEO Greg Cronkhite, in a news release. “Our recent vendor of the year award from a major customer was due in large part to Cary’s management skills in addition to the internal team he has assembled to service this specific account.”

Sterling, which has a customer base of more than 100 companies, offers rotomolding, assembly and design services.


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