AirBoss of America Corp. (TSX: BOS) (the “Company” or “AirBoss”) today announced that Chief Financial Officer Daniel Gagnon has advised the Company that he will be leaving the organization effective June 12, 2020, in order to pursue other projects while making more time for his family. Mr. Gagnon joined AirBoss in 2016 after working at a variety of large Canadian companies and has committed to staying with the organization in order to support an orderly transition to a new CFO.
“On behalf of the board and management team I want to thank Daniel for his many contributions to AirBoss over the last four years and wish him well in his future endeavors,” said Mr. Gren Schoch, Chairman and CEO of AirBoss. “Daniel has been an integral part of the growth of AirBoss and the completion of the merger of AirBoss Defense with Critical Solutions International, Inc. and we thank him for facilitating AirBoss’ continued growth into a world-class organization.”
AirBoss of America Corp.
Contact: Chris Bitsakakis, President or Gren Schoch, Chairman and CEO at 905-751-1188.
AirBoss of America Corp. is a group of complementary businesses using compounding technology and engineering expertise to create value for its customers. With a capacity to process over 450 million turn pounds of rubber annually, AirBoss Rubber Solutions is one of North America’s largest custom rubber compounding companies and a leading supplier of essential calendered and extruded products for a broad range of applications. AirBoss Engineered Products is a leading supplier of innovative anti-vibration solutions to the North American automotive market. AirBoss Defense Group is a world leader in the supply of survivability solutions to the defense and first responder industries. The Company’s shares trade on the TSX under the symbol BOS. Visit www.airbossofamerica.com or www.adg.com for more information.
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