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CMC Electronics makes personnel moves, assigns Barkley as new Asst. GM

by John Morris on 23 Nov 2012
CMC Assistant Manager Rob Barkley John Morris
Canadian firm CMC Electronics announced several personnel moves on Friday, naming Rob Barkley as the company’s new assistant general manager. CMC also appointed Glenn Butt its National Sales and Marketing Manager while expanded the role of National Service Manager and Product Manager Glenn Butt and as General Manager of the Navcomm Group Bill Coady.

The industry is evolving necessitating a more streamlined and focused approach to the various segments of CMC’s business. CMC’s new management structure is designed to put a more concentrated effort on sales, service, products, and major projects. CMC foresees excellent opportunities in the coming years and needs to be positioned to maximize a share of those opportunities.

In the continued interest of growth the following changes will take effect immediately.

Rob Barkley has been appointed to the position of Assistant General Manager of CMC Electronics (Navcomm Group). In this position Rob will oversee all revenue generating activities, including product and service sales.

Glenn Butt has been appointed to the position of National Sales and Marketing Manager and will be responsible for all product sales and marketing activities in the group.

Tony Johnstone will continue in his position as National Service Manager and Product Manager for selected existing and potential new product lines. In addition to these responsibilities Tony will also manage and centralize our major project activities.

Bill Coady will continue in his role as General Manager of the Navcomm Group and will oversee all operations

Esterline CMC Electronics is Canada’s leader and largest distributor of marine electronics products. CMC provides local Inventory, local expertize, and local service for the recreational, and commercial marine industry, with coverage for the entire Canadian marketplace.



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