PSI-Polymer Systems

PSI-Polymer Systems, Inc. Names New General Manager Conover, NC (November 20, 2012)

PSI-Polymer Systems is pleased to announce it has named Don Macnamara as their new General Manager.  Macnamara, a 27-year industry veteran, will report to PSI’s owner, Glenn Woodcock, and will coordinate strategic development and oversee all daily business operations.  

PSI-Polymer Systems is a leading manufacturer of US built extrusion melt processing equipment.  Macnamara brings extensive industry experience to PSI, both in the extrusion sector and in dry material handling.  He most recently served the past ten years with Conair, the world leader in ‘dry’ auxiliary equipment.  While there, he developed and implemented strategic business initiatives, including Conair’s Film & Sheet group where he recently served as general manager and national sales manager.  Prior to that he was director of sales for Merritt-Davis, now part of Davis Standard. 

For the first 15 years of his career he was global director of sales and marketing for Beringer where he worked with Bart Jones, founder of Extek and one of the founding collaborators of PSI-Polymer Systems. At Beringer, Macnamara guided product line direction, established Beringer Europe and grew the company’s Asian base. 

“This is truly an exciting time for small businesses in our industry,” said Macnamara. “PSI-Polymer Systems demonstrates the very best qualities of a new entrepreneurial class.  The company’s sense of urgency, responsiveness and openness to new ideas and change permeates its culture at all levels.  It is exciting and a privilege to join PSI-Polymer Systems at this time in its growth, especially with the market’s positive embrace and adoption of the company’s products and personnel.”

“Don has many years of experience in our industry and a strong knowledge of our customer base and needs,” said Glenn Woodcock, President of PSI-Polymer Systems.  “We are confident that he will be a tremendous asset to PSI and will contribute significantly to our continued growth.”