Robert Deitrick, vice president of global sales for Graham Engineering Corporation, has appointed Steve Maxson to be the company’s global director of business development – medical.
“Steve brings more than 15 years of experience in medical extrusion technology, product development, and sales,” said Deitrick. “For our medical customers and prospects, he is a recognized innovator with unsurpassed technical knowledge and experience in multiple aspects of medical extrusion for catheters and medical devices.”
Maxson joins the group from Raumedic Inc., where he was technical sales manager focusing on polymer technologies for minimally invasive medical devices. He was previously an account executive for Vante, and vice president of medical extrusion systems at American Kuhne, now a brand of Graham Engineering Corporation.
He holds a BSc. degree in mechanical engineering technology from Wentworth Institute of Technology and an MBA from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
The Graham Group acquired majority interest in American Kuhne in 2012, followed by Graham Engineering Corporation’s acquisition of Welex in June 2013. Together, Graham Engineering, American Kuhne, and Welex create a convergence of leading technologies, people, and capabilities in extrusion. Graham is a privately held company headquartered in York, Pennsylvania, USA.