Beaver joins Modumetal after serving as Chief Financial Officer of Silicor Materials and Sterling Chemicals, where he managed operations generating $100-$500 million in annual revenue. John’s financial leadership in chemical processing and metals manufacturing for private equity-backed and publicly traded companies contributed heavily to Modumetal’s decision to bring him on board as the company prepares for rapid growth in sales of its energy-sector products and services.
Modumetal, Inc. of Seattle, WA, is leading the commercialization of a unique, patented class of nanolaminated materials. These pioneering materials exemplify unprecedented performance for structural, corrosion, and high wear applications. Modumetal is made by a sustainable electrochemical manufacturing approach, which reduces the cost and raw material consumption of conventional metals manufacturing at the same time that it revolutionizes materials performance.
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