Marc-André Aubé joins Walter Surface Technologies as the new president and COOClick image to enlarge

Marc-André Aubé is the new president and COO of Walter Surface Technologies, based in Pointe-Claire, QC.

A trained engineer with a MBA and a CFA, Aubé's previous position was president and COO of GardaWorld Protective Services. 

His extensive experience in budgetary and operational management for renowned, large-scale companies will be leveraged as part of this new challenge. “Mr. Aubé’s appointment at the helm of Walter Surface Technologies will enable us to shore up our managerial processes and keep contributing to our customers’ success,” says Pierre Somers, chairman of the board and CEO. 

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