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Daily Tribune: Oak Park-Based Mopec Names New Ceo

Jay R. Troger was named CEO at Mopec, a pathology and mortuary equipment manufacturer in Oak Park, according to a statement by the company. Troger has more than 20 years of leadership experience. He was previously CEO of Nextronex, Inc., a manufacturer of utility scale solar inverters. His resume includes serving as president and CEO of Hackney & Sons, Inc.; president of USFlow Corporation and Falcon Waterfree Technologies; president and COO of Greenwood Fuels and CEO, president and director of …

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Oakland Press: Oak Park – Based Mopec Names New CEO

Jay R. Troger was named CEO at Mopec, a pathology and mortuary equipment manufacturer in Oak Park, according to a statement by the company. Troger has more than 20 years of leadership experience. He was previously CEO of Nextronex, Inc., a manufacturer of utility scale solar inverters. His resume includes serving as president and CEO of Hackney & Sons, Inc.; president of USFlow Corporation and Falcon Waterfree Technologies; president and COO of Greenwood Fuels and CEO, president and director of …

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dBusiness: Mopec Names New CEO

  Jay R. Troger has been named CEO of Mopec, an Oak Park-based pathology and mortuary equipment manufacturer. In his new role, Troger will be responsible for general management, expanding the company’s products, building market shares, and strategic plans. For more information, please visit: dBusiness

Crain’s Detroit Business: Oak Park-Based Mopec Names New CEO

Oak Park-based Mopec has named Jay Troger as CEO. Troger succeeds Jane VanDusen, who “left to pursue other business opportunities,” according to spokeswoman Catherine Ticer. Mopec designs and manufactures customized equipment for the pathology, anatomy, mortuary and animal science industries. Troger, 60, most recently served as CEO of Ohio-based Nextronex Inc., a manufacturer of utility-scale solar inverters. For more information, please visit: Crain’s Detroit Business

Finding success through partnership

Mopec and Milestone recently signed an exclusive agreement giving customers of Mopec’s touch screen grossing station the advantage of having Milestone’s MacroPATH pro-x macro digital imaging system imbedded in its MB800 grossing station’s optional camera-imaging canopy. We asked our CEO Jane VanDusen to expound on the significance of this agreement between two pathology industry leaders. What is the MacroPATH pro-x? Jane: Milestone’s MacroPATH pro-x includes a 16 megapixel digital camera and gross imaging software. The camera features autofocus and light adjusting, …

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Mopec Customizes Tables for Tuxedoed Neighbors

With a price tag of $30 million, Detroit Zoo’s new penguin facility is the largest in the world. Featuring a 325,000-gallon 25-foot-deep aquatic area, and two acrylic underwater tunnels, visitor can watch penguins as they dive, swim and navigate through the technological marvel that is now home to 82 birds. When the zoo expressed their need for penguin exam tables, Mopec stepped in and worked with habitat designers to customize, build and donate two “penguin specific” tables. We met up …

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