Midwest Composite Technologies names former GE Additive exec as CEO

Ryan Martin takes over at Hartland-based company

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Hartland-based Midwest Composite Technologies, an additive manufacturer of prototype and low-volume production components, has named Ryan Martin as its chief executive officer.

Martin was most recently the general manager for GE Additive Americas sales, having led the integration and expansion of the commercial team. He worked in various roles for GE dating back to 2005.

“I’m thrilled to be taking on the role of CEO at MCT, especially at a critical time when the company is poised for significant long term growth,” Martin said. “MCT has developed a unique and broad range of capabilities and deep expertise with over 40 additive manufacturing machines.”

Midwest Composite Technologies is a portfolio company of CORE Industrial Partners, a Chicago-based private equity firm that invests in North American lower middle-market manufacturing and industrial technology businesses.

T.J. Chung, MCT chairman and senior partner of CORE Industrial Partners, said Martin’s previous leadership roles and experience with additive manufacturing made him a good fit.

“Ryan’s deep commercial background in multiple senior commercial leadership roles at GE and his ability to grow businesses and build great teams are exactly the skill set that we are looking for and we are very excited to have him accelerate the growth of MCT,” Chung said.

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Hartland-based Midwest Composite Technologies, an additive manufacturer of prototype and low-volume production components, has named Ryan Martin as its chief executive officer.

Martin was most recently the general manager for GE Additive Americas sales, having led the integration and expansion of the commercial team. He worked in various roles for GE dating back to 2005.

“I’m thrilled to be taking on the role of CEO at MCT, especially at a critical time when the company is poised for significant long term growth,” Martin said. “MCT has developed a unique and broad range of capabilities and deep expertise with over 40 additive manufacturing machines.”

Midwest Composite Technologies is a portfolio company of CORE Industrial Partners, a Chicago-based private equity firm that invests in North American lower middle-market manufacturing and industrial technology businesses.

T.J. Chung, MCT chairman and senior partner of CORE Industrial Partners, said Martin’s previous leadership roles and experience with additive manufacturing made him a good fit.

“Ryan’s deep commercial background in multiple senior commercial leadership roles at GE and his ability to grow businesses and build great teams are exactly the skill set that we are looking for and we are very excited to have him accelerate the growth of MCT,” Chung said.

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