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Healthy Pet Hires New Plant Manager for Ferndale, WA Location




(PRESS RELEASE) FERNDALE, WA – Healthy Pet is proud to welcome Pam Moser as the new Head of West Coast Operations/Ferndale Plant Manager. As plant manager, Moser will be responsible for all production, manufacturing and maintenance activities at the Ferndale plant. She is well suited for this challenging position with a Bachelor’s Degree in Manufacturing Engineering Technology from the University of Nebraska and a Master’s in Business Administration.

Moser started her career as a quality control technician at a large manufacturing facility while attaining her degree from the University of Nebraska. This was her connection to manufacturing and she enjoyed the diversity of the workforce, the energy in the manufacturing process and all of the varied activities, from new product introductions to the rewards of putting everything together resulting in a value added offering for the customer.

Healthy Pet is excited about what Moser adds to the manufacturing team. She brings 30 years of experience in manufacturing management with a large share of those years as a Plant Manager with Eaton Corporation, a $20 billion dollar manufacturer of electrical and industrial power systems. Her career started with Eaton as a Quality Manager and rapidly moved though a succession of manufacturing roles and finally, to a Plant Manager position at a $100 million manufacturing facility employing over 400 operational personnel. Pam is well versed in Lean, Six Sigma and Continuous Improvement management concepts and the application of these concepts in attaining operational excellence.



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