Walbro Appoints Tony Brancato Vice President of its Aftermarket Division - Engine Builder Magazine

Walbro Appoints Tony Brancato Vice President of its Aftermarket Division

Walbro LLC, a carburetor manufacturer and supplier of fuel injection, ignition, and fuel systems components, has announced the appointment of Tony Brancato as Vice President of its Aftermarket division. Brancato joins Walbro with more than 30 years of experience.

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Walbro LLC, a carburetor manufacturer and supplier of fuel injection, ignition, and fuel systems components, has announced the appointment of Tony Brancato as Vice President of its Aftermarket division.

Brancato joins Walbro with more than 30 years of experience, having most recently served as VP of Global Business Aviation Aftermarket at Honeywell. Immediately preceding his Aftermarket role, he was President of Honeywell’s Federal Manufacturing & Technologies business. Throughout his career Tony has enjoyed working in a variety of manufacturing, business management and customer facing roles in technology focused industries.

“Walbro has great brand recognition with a solid reputation for providing high quality, innovative products” said Brancato. “I’m excited to join this talented team as we work to accelerate new product introductions and bring an even greater level of service and support to our global Aftermarket customers.”

Tony holds a BA and MBA in Business with an Engineering background. He will be based in Walbro’s Tucson, Arizona headquarters.

For more information: www.walbro.com.

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