Ametek : Steven Alai appointed as Level III Product Quality Manager for Tube Production at Superior Tube

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2021/01/20 | 263 words | AEROCONTACT | INDUSTRY / TECHNOLOGY
Ametek : Steven Alai appointed as Level III Product Quality Manager for Tube Production at Superior Tube © AMETEK

Steven Alai has joined precision metal tubing manufacturer, Superior Tube, as the new Level III Product Quality Manager. He will work closely with the Production, Quality, Product Development, and Customer Service teams at the Collegeville based company.

Steven will head up the development and execution of Superior Tube’s effective nondestructive testing and quality assurance program, reporting to Mark Heuberger, Manufacturing, Engineering and Quality Assurance Manager. He joins the company with more than 20 years’ experience of operations and leadership roles in related fields associated with the manufacture of high quality, precision products.

Superior Tube Plant Manager, Cas Koshinski, said of Steven’s appointment: “We are delighted to welcome Steven to the Superior Tube family. We look forward to working with him and benefitting from his leadership and operational experience for a long time to come.”

Steven adds: “I am very pleased to be able to start on a new stage in my career, working for such a prestigious manufacturer as Superior Tube. I am looking forward to taking the nondestructive testing and quality assurance program forward to ensure that we can continue to manufacture and supply top quality, high performance tube products for customers around the world.”

Superior Tube is one of five business units comprising AMETEK Specialty Metal Products (SMP), alongside AMETEK SMP Wallingford, Fine Tubes, AMETEK SMP Eighty Four, and Hamilton Precision Metals. The company manufactures small diameter, precision engineered tubing products in a range of stainless steel, titanium, zirconium, and nickel alloys for sectors including nuclear, oil and gas, medical, aerospace and defense.


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