Lockheed's Chris Moran Appointed to Nano Dimension Directors Board

Chris Moran, a vice president at Lockheed Martin, has joined Nano Dimension's board of directors to share his leadership expertise.

Moran also leads Lockheed's venture capital investment business as its executive director and general manager where he manages efforts to finance small businesses that align with Lockheed's goals, Nano Dimension said Monday.

His career also includes work with Applied Materials where he held various roles across a 32-year tenure. He formerly led the company's strategic investing unit.

"Mr. Moran's decades of experience in the electronics industry, as well as his deep visibility into the cutting edge of the defense industry, will provide a guiding hand to Nano Dimension's strategy," said Ofir Baharav, chairman of Nano Dimension's board of directors.

Nano Dimension offers tools designed to help customers produce electronics via additive manufacturing or 3D printing.

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