Delta Systems, Inc. has named Joey Arnold its president and CEO. Arnold, who most recently served as the company’s president, replaces outgoing CEO Elizabeth Barry. As president and CEO, Arnold will work closely with Delta System’s chairman and owner, Dean C. Barry.
Delta Systems, the manufacturer of electronic components for the outdoor power equipment industry, states that it seeks “to leverage Arnold’s 25 years of diverse leadership experience at Swagelok along with his two years as Delta System’s president to set ambitious new goals for the company’s second 50 years.”
“During Joey’s tenure as Delta System’s president, the company set sales records, reinvigorated new product development, and established exceptionally collaborative relationships with new and existing customers,” says Barry. “The fact that he did all that during a global pandemic proved his natural leadership ability, his superb business acumen, and his passion for building something great. As we transition from being family-run to family-owned, we are very fortunate to have Joey in the president and CEO role, positioning us for a very bright future.”
Arnold graduated from Malone University with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and management, and an MBA from the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University.
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