22/02/2019 – News / Business / Appointments / Precision Global / Aerosol Valve / USA

Aerosol valve giant Precision Global appoints new COO

Precision Global – the company behind the modern aerosol valve – has announced the appointment of Jeffrey Godsey as Chief Operating Officer (COO) of its global Group.


In his new role, Jeffrey Godsey is responsible for the global operations and business development initiatives of Precision. Mr Godsey brings extensive management and technical expertise to Precision based on nearly three decades of industry experience. He joins Precision from Berry Global, where he served in several leadership and operational roles worldwide driving a number of major improvement projects and strategic planning initiatives.


“Having spent his entire career in the packaging manufacturing industry, Jeffrey has wide-ranging know-how and experience in plastic injection molding. We are excited to have him on board and convinced that he will make a significant contribution to Precision’s successful business development and worldwide growth,” said Mario Barbero, CEO of Precision Global Group.


“Precision is the inventor of the modern aerosol valve and market leader. It is also a major player in the actuators business and has been developing cutting-edge technology for seven decades. I’m very proud to be joining this trusted industry leader in such an exciting time of dynamic growth, and I look forward to contributing my experience to further improving the success of Precision’s worldwide operations,” added Jeffrey Godsey, COO of Precision Global Group.


Founded in 1949 and based in Greenville, South Carolina, USA, Precision Global operates a multinational network of facilities spanning 15 countries on six continents.

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