MC Machinery names Tony Imbrogno CEOClick image to enlarge

MC Machinery Systems has announced the promotion of Tony Imbrogno to CEO.

Imbrogno is the first American CEO of the Mitsubishi Corp. subsidiary since the subsidiary of Mitsubishi Corp. was founded in 1978.

An Addison, IL native, Imbrogno earned a bachelor’s degree in electronic technology engineering from DeVry University in Chicago and completed the Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management Finance for Executives program.

Imbrogno began his career at MC Machinery in 1986 as a field service engineer and went on to hold management and executive positions, including his most recent seven-year stint as senior vice president of operations, customer service and support.

Accomplishments over the past 36 years include establishing MC Machinery’s service and support infrastructure throughout North America, including a regionalized network of experienced service technicians, and serving as an integral part of the team managing overall company operations. He also has worked closely with Mitsubishi engineers on some of the industry’s most advanced fabrication and machining equipment.

Founded in 1978, MC Machinery now has more than 430 employees in North America, with its headquarters in Elk Grove Village, IL. The company has a technology centre in Richmond Hill, ON.

Outgoing MC Machinery CEO Tomoo Yoshikawa will be returning to the Mitsubishi Corporation in Tokyo.

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