News from Jersey Strand & Cable, Inc.
Phillipsburg, New Jersey – February 2, 2016 – Jersey Strand and Cable, Inc. is excited to introduce the newest member of our team, George Mazur. George is stepping in to lead the sales team as Sales Manager.
George holds a Bachelor Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Penn State University. He had continued his education to obtain a Master Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Lehigh University and also a Master in Business Administration from Lehigh University. He also brings his strong background in Manufacturing and Quality from his 19 years as a Member of Technical staff of AT&T.
Most recently, George was a highly successful entrepreneur and corporate executive with a 10 year track record as CEO and President developing markets and driving profitability. He has experience taking an enterprise from start up to profitable business in the manufacture and sale of high-tech equipment into the photovoltaic and materials marketplace. He is skilled at production lines, the sales process and assuring outstanding customer service.
President Al Pratt and Executive Vice President John Pratt feel that the addition of George’s experience will enhance JSC’s ability to reach new customers as well as to service current customers in a greater capacity than ever before.
George can be reached at 908-213-9350 ext. 10 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Phillipsburg, New Jersey – September 24, 2012 – Growth in the management team continues at Jersey Strand and Cable.
Michelle Johnson h as joined JSC in the role of Financial Director. She brings diverse skills from a more than 20 year career. Early in that career, Michelle worked as a certified travel agent and Charter Tour Sales representative for Trans-Bridge Bus Line. During their corporate growth Michelle was intrigued and inspired to pursue a childhood dream.
That dream took Michelle on a schooling adventure and career change into the financial world. Business accounting was always appealing to her because of the unique challenges it presents.
Michelle comes to JSC after a long tenure at a distributer in the glass working industry with a more than 40 year history. While there she was given ever increasing roles including: accounting, purchasing, shipping, sales, marketing, web development, IT and human resources.
As JSC’s Financial Director, Michelle will handle all AP, AR, payroll, corporate taxes, insurance and accounting functions. Additionally she will utilize skills from earlier in her career to handle HR functions such as new hire orientation, plant staffing and coordinating with employees regarding health and fringe benefits and our social events.
JSC President, Al Pratt says, “I am very pleased with Michelle’s efforts in automating and streamlining our financial software operations. She is an excellent multi-tasker and the things she has implemented in her short time at JSC have allowed us to grow other parts of our business. ”
Phillipsburg, New Jersey – April 10, 2012 – Additions in staffing continues the efforts to compile a strong Management Team at Jersey Strand and Cable.
The addition of Stephen Flynn, Plant Manager at JSC, will continue to build a strong management team at Jersey Strand and Cable. Stephen holds the Bachelor Degree of Industrial Engineering from New Jersey Institute of Technology and the Bachelor Degree of Sociology from Gettysburg College. He also brings with him extensive knowledge in ISO systems and the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award system.
While Steve’s 30 years experience in the wire and cable industry certainly will enhance his contributions to JSC, his remaining years of experience as production manager will assist with his involvement in the company. Starting his career out as an entry level quality control technician and moving his way up the ranks to production manager, Steve has gathered the experience in production and organizational processes throughout his career.
Steve’s responsibilities will include optimization of strand and cable manufacturing processes, production organization, employee relations, plant safety programs, general maintenance, and repair/maintenance of machinery. Steve will be reporting to Executive Vice-President, John Pratt.
John Pratt says, “Steve’s abilities to optimize product lines will enhance our already streamlined procedures. It is great to have him on board to help with the daily operational organization of the manufacturing, shipping, and maintenance departments. Steve’s foresight in implementing a predictive and preventative maintenance program will improve production uptime.”
Phillipsburg, New Jersey – January 12, 2012 – Solidifying top management continues at Jersey Strand and Cable. Executive Vice-President, John Pratt, has his role expanded.
John has been a staple at JSC for over 30 years, joining the business his father, Al Pratt, founded more than 30 years ago. John has been educated by the masters in the custom wire rope business. Starting out at JSC as a wire scrapper, John has seen his role grow along with the company. John earned his stripes, under Al’s tutelage, by mastering every aspect of the business here at JSC.
John currently has six direct reports and his responsibilities include project management, strategic planning, productivity, legal and compliance, and operations working “hand in hand” with President, Al Pratt.
Al Pratt says, “John continues to be integral to the growth of JSC and over the years he has mastered every aspect of our business. It is a comfort to me to know that one day John will provide continuity for the friends we call our customers. John continues his efforts with the same devotion and tenacity that this corporation was founded upon, and I am proud to see what my son has achieved here at JSC.”
About Jersey Strand and Cable
Jersey Strand and Cable was founded over 30 years ago. It is privately held and is the most diversified fine diameter custom strand and cable manufacturer of its magnitude in the world. Located in two facilities totaling over 100,000 square feet in Phillipsburg and Washington, New Jersey, JSC utilizes over 200 production machines, many of which were conceived and built or modified at JSC.