Michigan Instruments Announces Matt Maatman as Company President
A new President has been named at Michigan Instruments. Matt Maatman was announced as the new President after Jim Maatman retired at the start of the new year. Angie Kulesza was also appointed Vice President of Administration and Customer Service.
“I’m happy I am able to help the company continue to grow and innovate. I am lucky to be part of the process and am excited to lead Michigan Instruments and its employees to reach our full potential” Maatman said about his new position.
Maatman’s new title comes with new responsibilities. This includes overseeing the production side of the business, ensuring product development and enhancements are made to best serve existing customers and the market place as a whole, and of course, maintaining FDA certification and other compliance requirements for the products produced.
Maatman has been with the company for just over four years. He has worked as service manager to oversee both the mechanical CPR device and training and test lung services. Most recently Maatman was Vice President of Operations, for the company.
Kluesza has been with Michigan Instruments for over ten years, serving roles in office administration, customer service, inside sales and assisting in marketing for the company. As the VP of Administration and Customer Service she will oversee all back-office operations that impact the company and its customers.
About Michigan Instruments
Michigan Instruments continues to be a leader in the respiratory care and emergency medical industries. Located in Grand rapids, Michigan, the company began to revolutionize these industries in the 1960s and 1970s with the original development of its product lines.
Today, Michigan Instruments continues to forge ahead as an innovative developer and manufacturer of medical devices. The Michigan Instruments training and test lungs are recognized worldwide by thousands of users. They are considered the gold standard of human respiratory simulation. For more information, please visit Michigan Instruments or contact us today!