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Emery Winslow Scale Announces Senior Appointment

The Emery Winslow Scale Company has promoted Melody Moccia to the position of vice president of operations.

In her new role, Moccia will lead all aspects of operations, including supply chain, production planning, human resource management, systems implementations, financial budgeting, warehouse design and organization, and strategic business development, for The Emery Winslow Scale company – as well as sister business unit, The Pennsylvania Scale Company.

Moccia, who was previously director of administration with responsibility for plant start-ups and corporate reorganization, spent 22 years as a financial leader for several small-to-midsize companies in both the consumer products and industrial markets, holding roles of increasing responsibility in finance, information technology, and corporate strategy before joining the company in 2018. Sixteen of those years were Fellowes, Inc., where, as financial controller, she was awarded the prestigious Fellowes Forward Award for her achievements in driving up profits while successfully managing targeted mergers. A member of The Institute of Management Accountants and Certified Management Accountant since 2014, Moccia earned a bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Quinnipiac University, as well as a master’s in Supply Chain Management. She is currently pursuing a degree in business law.

Announcing the appointment, Will Young, Emery Winslow Scale Company CFO, said: “Our continued growth at Emery Winslow and Pennsylvania Scale Companies will be enhanced by Melody’s unique abilities as she oversees all operational aspects of company strategy, reports on operational performance and suggests improvements, develops and implements policies and procedures to ensure that core operational functions achieve their business objectives.”

The Emery Winslow Scale and Pennsylvania Scale companies supply high performance and rugged weighing and counting scale systems that are designed and manufactured in the United States.

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