MANSFIELD -- Nanogate North America announced Tuesday the promotion of Paul Boggs to Co-Chief Executive Officer (Co-CEO) together with Rick Taylor, the longtime Chief Executive Officer and founder of the company (originally known as Jay Plastics).
Boggs joined Nanogate North America 27 years ago as a trained tooling engineer. Over the years he has taken on significant new responsibilities, culminating in his current position as Chief Operating Officer (COO). In his new role as Co-CEO, he will continue to lead all operational, administrative, financial, sales and business development activities. Taylor will continue to lead innovation, technology development and strategy.
Nanogate North America LLC, formerly Nanogate Jay Systems, is a leading, integrated provider for the high-quality enhancement of plastic surfaces and components. The company has been active on the market since 1968 and was integrated into the German Nanogate Group in 2017.
Nanogate North America has in-depth expertise in lighting systems, the metallization of surfaces, as well as the development and production of efficiency driving technologies and processes.
Nanogate (ISIN DE000A0JKHC9) is a leading global technology company for design-oriented, multifunctional components and surfaces. The Group employs around 1,700 people. Nanogate develops and produces design-oriented surfaces and components and enhances them with additional properties (e.g. nonstick, scratch resistant, anticorrosive).
The Group has first-class references (e.g. Airbus, Audi, August Brötje, BMW, BSH Hausgeräte, Daimler, FILA, Ford, Fresenius, GM, Jaguar, Junghans, Porsche and Volkswagen). Several hundred mass production projects for customers have already been implemented successfully. The Nanogate Group is represented on both sides of the Atlantic with its own production facilities.
True to its slogan “A world of new surfaces,” Nanogate is a long-standing innovation partner who opens up the diverse possibilities offered by new materials to companies in a wide range of industries. It aims to improve customers’ products and processes and to provide environmental benefits by using multifunctional surfaces, such as those made of plastic or metal, and innovative plastic components.
The Group focuses on attractive applications, primarily for the mobility, aviation, home appliances, interior, leisure, and medical sectors – its target industries. As a systems provider, Nanogate broadly covers the value chain:
design and engineering, materials development for surface systems, series coating of various different substrates as well as the production and enhancement of complete plastic components. The main value drivers are the opening up of international markets and the development of new applications, particularly for the strategic areas of glass-like (N-Glaze) and metallized surfaces (N-Metals).