Anthony Lawson Joins Cadence Aerospace in VP Role

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Anthony Lawson

Anthony Lawson, formerly president of operations at Hitco Carbon Composites, has joined Cadence Aerospace as vice president of operations, quality and environment, health and safety.

Lawson will manage the company’s quality management platform and direct the EHS division’s growth and other efforts under his new role, Cadence said Friday.

Additionally, he will help enable communication and integration functions between different business segments and support Cadence’s Tell Tool facility in Massachusetts as an operations manager.

Prior to his previous capacity, he served as general manager of Everett Charles Technologies’ test equipment division and worked at Burke Industries as general manager and vice president. He also spent 12 years at Northrop Grumman in various roles.

“We look forward to Tony’s contributions as a seasoned multi-site and program manager with expert competencies in 6S implementation, strategic planning and team development,” said Thomas Hutton, CEO at Cadence.

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