Cambridge, ON – The board of directors of the Canadian Tooling & Machining Association (CTMA) has appointed Robert Cattle as its new executive director of the association. He succeeds Leslie Payne, who has served the association over the past 30 years as a volunteer director, president (2002-04) and executive director.
Cattle brings his precision metalworking excellence and organizational expertise to the position. For 37 years he has been part-owner of Micrometric Ltd. and throughout this time has acquired a considerable network of industry contacts. Over the past decade he has served on the association’s board of directors as Toronto chapter chair, vice-president, president and past-president. In these roles he has gained a great appreciation of the association and its member companies.
“I look forward to bringing to the association the same commitment, dedication and passion that I have given my own company for all these years” said Cattle. “I also look forward to working with government officials, other associations and our CTMA staff to bring the highest value possible to our members and to the tooling and machining industry.”
“Robert’s industry knowledge and experience as a director of CTMA provides him with invaluable knowhow,” said association president David Glover. “I have no doubt that, with Robert at the helm, the association will expand its national presence and flourish.”
CTMA has appointed Robert Cattle as its new executive director.