ECS Corporation Announces Additions to Management Staff
BROADVIEW, IL (January 30, 2017) – ECS Corporation announced key personnel additions today as it expands the company’s management team. The vertical transportation industry’s premier supplier of escalator components has named Tony DiLegge as Operations Manager and Cathy Hayat as Marketing Manager. In conjunction with product line expansions, including the addition of elevator parts and components, the investment in personnel signals a further restructuring for the company.
Tony DiLegge joins ECS with an extensive background in the elevator industry. After working for a precision instrument company, he joined Adams Elevator Equipment Company in 2007 as Technical Support Specialist and was quickly promoted to Senior Support Specialist. After six years, he accepted a position as District Buyer for ThyssenKrupp Elevator and was responsible for the purchasing needs of 5 branches. He later transferred to the downtown Chicago branch in a Service Operations role. Tony has an Associate Degree from DeVry University in Applied Science in Electronics.
Cathy Hayat rejoins ECS with a substantial background in sales and marketing. Also an industry veteran, Cathy joined Adams Elevator Equipment Company in 2000 and was responsible for international sales. She later accepted a position with Formula Systems North America as Customer Relations Manager and, after nearly five years, moved to ECS Corporation where she assumed responsibility for all marketing activities. She left the industry in 2011 to further her career in marketing. Cathy has a BA from the University of Wisconsin - Madison and an MBA from Northern Illinois University.
“ECS Corporation continues to make critical investments in people, products and equipment as we strategically advance and grow,” states Rick Milefchik, President and COO, “Though we enjoyed a 24% jump in sales last year, this is just the start of a new direction for the company. We remain committed to meet the urgent needs of our customers as they continue to demand just-in-time delivery.”