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Molded Fiber Glass Cos. (MFG) - a composites manufacturer serving the wind energy industry, among other sectors - has announced management changes at its Adelanto, Calif., and Ashtabula, Ohio, factories.

Jose Cisneros has been appointed plant manager of MFG West. He has been with MFG for more than 30 years, serving as operations manager, controller and senior program manager. Cisneros reports to Dennis Vorse, senior vice president of MFG.

Dan Plona, senior vice president of corporate purchasing, adds general manager of MFG Composites Systems Co. (CSC) to his areas of responsibility. He has led MFG’s corporate purchasing team since 2001 and brings more than 35 years of composites experience. Plona reports directly to CEO Richard Morrison.

MFG says it has a large network of strategically located composite molding facilities in North America. This network includes 10 factories that offer a spectrum of composite molding processes and technologies, the company adds.


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