Applied Energy Solutions Hires Mark Corcoran

Applied Energy Solutions, LLC, is excited to announce the addition of Mark Corcoran as quality manager. Corcoran will be responsible for overseeing the entire quality process at AES.

Caledonia, NY July 20, 2013


Applied Energy Solutions, LLC, is excited to announce the addition of Mark Corcoran as quality manager. He will be responsible for overseeing the entire quality process at AES for all of our business processes along with our product quality, as well as creating lean initiatives. President and CEO, Vern Fleming says, "Along with our growth we had a need to add a very strategic position overseeing all aspects of continuous improvement and quality throughout our entire organization."

Prior to joining AES, Corcoran was the operations manager for BAE Systems Incorporated. Corcoran also held the operations quality assurance engineer position at BAE, packaging/manufacturing engineer at Wegman's Food Markets Incorporated, and process engineer at Schlegel Systems Incorporated. Corcoran received his Bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering and an Executive, MBA from the Rochester Institute of Technology, and has earned his Executive Certificate in Leadership & Management from the University of Notre Dame.

Corcoran has more than 7 years of experience in engineering specifically operations management and leadership management. Corcoran currently resides in Rochester, N.Y.

Applied Energy Solutions manufactures industrial battery chargers for forklifts, pallet jacks and other battery powered transportation equipment. AES makes all products in the USA from design, manufacturing and subassemblies to interconnect and final assembly. With a full product offering for every application, AES specializes in fitting the proper battery charger for the application need. Applied Energy Solutions manufactures products for high frequency charging, cold storage, rapid charging, opportunity and multiple-shift charging. For more information, call 1.800.836.2132 or visit http://www.appliedenergysol.com.

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