New NADCA President

Mike Meyer Named as Next NADCA President – The North American Die Casting Association, NADCA, is pleased to welcome Mike Meyer as the next leader of the Association. Mike will be transitioning into the role of president over the course of the next three months. Mike has been part of the die casting industry for over 30 years; as general manager with Mercury Marine in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, as president with Fort Recovery Industries in Fort Recovery, Ohio, and general manager with Boyd Corporation.

An advocate of advancing our industry through innovative technology, Mike has established a strong network of information sharing through extensive travel throughout the United States, as well as Italy, Poland, Switzerland, and Germany. Mike is also an advocate of safety, having received Mercury Marine’s S.A.F.E Award – given to one employee annually who has had the greatest impact on building a culture of safety. Believing that learning is a lifelong journey, Mike is an avid reader and enjoys learning new concepts.

He is a former Chapter 12 Board Member, and served on NADCA’s Board of Governors, as vice-chairman. Mike, an active and committed participant in our industry, has made countless trips to Washington, D.C. to educate elected officials on which policies harm our industry and which deserve their support.

Mike has been married to his wife, Sarah, for 27 years. Mike and Sarah have two children; Michael (plumbing apprentice), and Lily (enrolled in Doctoral of Physical Therapy).

“Mike brings a wealth of management knowledge to NADCA having spent over two decades in various managerial positions within the die casting industry. I am confident that NADCA will continue to progress and flourish under Mike’s leadership,” said Steve Udvardy, NADCA’s current president.

“I am grateful to be part of the casting industry and to be joining the NADCA team. I’m looking forward to the future we create together,” said Meyer.

Please join us in welcoming Mike.

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