Ron Jellison to Lead Elbit’s KMC Systems; Raanan Horowitz Comments

Ron Jellison
Ron Jellison

Ron Jellison has been promoted to head Elbit Systems of America’s medical equipment manufacturing division.

His appointment as vice president and general manager for KMC Systems, which took effect July 1, followed nine years maintaining and building the division’s client base as business development director,

Raanan Horowitz, president and CEO of Elbit Systems of America, said Jellison was the “natural choice” to take over Pat McNallen’s 25 years of leadership.

Raanan Horowitz - Elbit,  ExecutiveMosaic
Raanan Horowitz

“I have full confidence Ron will build on this strong foundation and lead KMC to additional growth and success, ” he added, noting that McNallen has stepped down from the post to lead Elbit in new areas of opportunity.

“I see so many great opportunities for KMC in this rapidly changing market, ” said Jellison.

“We will continue to leverage our 30 years of experience and focus our attention in the areas of rapid product development, technology development and expansion into adjacent markets.”

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