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TOMCAT has a new Operations Manager of the Americas

TOMCAT welcomed Fernando Perez-Cervantes as its new Operations Manager of the Americas. Among others, Fernando held a number of very important positions within the Chrysler group and has recently joined the team to plan, organize, direct and control the operations functions in the U.S. and Mexico. Fernando brings extensive experience in lean manufacturing and organizational development, with a global perspective.

“Regardless of the project, TOMCAT is committed to providing innovative products and innovative solutions to serve the challenging needs of our customers, and to make that happen we make sure we have the best people on board” said Stefano Rossellini, CEO.

“We are very excited to have Fernando on TOMCAT's team and are confident in his leadership. He is a professional with valuable knowledge of supply chain, lean warehousing, stamping operations, welding operations, assembly operations, and human resources. We look forward to having Fernando on board as he begins this important role within TOMCAT” added TOMCAT's CEO.

Fernando has a BA in Business Administration from the University of Toledo and a Master's degree in Organizational Development and Management from Spring Arbor University.


TOMCAT specializes in the fabrication of aluminum structural components for the entertainment, audiovisual, exhibition and worship industries as well as providing related products such as theatrical chain hoists, custom electric assemblies, lighting products and rigging hardware. TOMCAT is part of the Vitec Group plc.

Vitec is an international Group, principally serving customers in the worldwide media sector with products and services for the broadcast, entertainment and photographic industries. Vitec is based on strong, well known, premium brands that professionals rely on. Vitec is organised in three divisions: Imaging & Staging, Videocom and Services. More information can be found at:

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