ALLENTON, Wis. –Maysteel LLC, a leading manufacturer of precision sheet metal enclosures, has named Kevin Matkin vice president of operations and Elizabeth (Beth) Feldman as chief financial officer.
Prior to joining Maysteel, Kevin Matkin was president of Premier Precision Group, LLC in Minneapolis, a contract manufacturing firm serving the aerospace, defense and medical industries. Previously, he was president of Western Industries in Milwaukee. Earlier he held a series of progressively responsible positions for other manufacturing companies. Matkin has a Bachelor of Science degree in industrial engineering from Purdue University in West Lafayette, Ind., and an MBA from DePaul University in Chicago.
Beth Feldman comes to Maysteel from Cooper Power Systems where she served as group controller for the Energy Automated Solutions group and division. She began her career at Rexnord in accounting and then worked at the public accounting firm of Deloitte and Touche for several years before joining Cooper Power Systems. She has a Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a major in accounting and a master’s degree in taxation, both from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. A member of the Wisconsin Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Feldman is a certified public accountant.
About Maysteel LLC
Maysteel LLC specializes in designing, engineering and manufacturing custom, precision, OEM sheet metal enclosures, electrical cabinets and metal fabricated assemblies. The company’s product solutions are widely used in the banking, computing, telecom, kiosk, security monitoring, utility, harsh environment electrical equipment, and self-serve/vending machine industries and are also found in a variety of other applications. Maysteel specializes in providing the lowest total product cost by employing design for manufacturability (DFM) solutions throughout the product lifecycle. Maysteel was founded in 1936 and today has manufacturing locations in Allenton, Menomonee Falls and Racine, Wis., and in Creedmoor, N.C. Maysteel is owned by the U.S.-based Everett Smith Group, Ltd.