EcoMotors International has named Patrick Aubry in the newly created role as chief financial officer (CFO). Aubry brings more than 25 years of financial management experience, including senior management responsibilities at three manufacturing companies.
Aubry is EcoMotors’ first CFO, a position made necessary by the company’s continuing growth and the increasing pace of commercialisation of the revolutionary opoc engine. Before joining EcoMotors, Aubry was CFO at EP Management Corporation (formerly EaglePicher Corp) for five years, and before that was CFO at ASC Incorporated for three years. He was also the vice president of Finance for Faurecia NA Exhaust. His areas of general business experience include financing, manufacturing, quoting, development and engineering, commercial planning, purchasing, information systems and human resources.
Aubry holds a BBA degree, accounting major, from the University of Toledo, and has been a certified public accountant (CPA) since 1986.
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