Mount Joy Wire Announces Hiring of Process Engineering Manager and Quality Assistant
Mount Joy, PA—Mount Joy Wire, a leading U.S. manufacturer of specialty wire for many applications, has hired a new process engineering manager and a new quality assistant as part of its ongoing emphasis to add value to and ensure the quality of its products.
Matt Graham, York, is the new process engineering manager and will be responsible for processing and internal quality and supervising the company’s process control manager and environmental service technician. He reports to General Manager Jon Stine.
Adam Dent, Wrightsville, was hired as the new quality assistant and will be responsible for managing quality complaints and customer quality issues and supporting internal quality control. He reports to Quality Manager Ed Hollock.
Graham, who graduated from Millersville University in 2010 with a BS in chemistry and a minor in physics, previously worked at Mount Joy Wire for nearly six years until September 2015 as the environmental process engineer. He then served as interim quality manager and understudy for the process engineering manager’s position until rejoining the company full-time in July.
Dent is also a Millersville alumnus, graduating with a BS in chemistry (3.83 GPA) in spring. There, he was a member of the university’s American Chemical Society student chapter and was awarded a Neimeyer-Hodgson grant to conduct collaborative research with ITT Engineered Valves, Lancaster. He also worked as a lab technician for Millersville and K&L Plating, Lancaster.
For more than 25 years, Mount Joy Wire has been a trusted leader in manufacturing specialty wire for a wide variety of applications, including aerospace, automotive, architectural, construction, marine, medical and oil and gas. Mount Joy Wire’s flagship music wire product, AmeriCoatTM, is known for its quality and resistance to material degradation. All of its core products—spring, brush and oil-tempered wire—are made in America at the Mount Joy, Pennsylvania headquarters.