Vectrus Selects Mario Coracides to Lead Enterprise Operations; Chuck Prow Quoted

Jeff Brody

TYSONS CORNER, VA, August 01, 2019 — Mario Coracides, former corporate vice president of global supply chain management at PAE, has been appointed senior vice president at Enterprise Vectrus Operations, ExecutiveBiz reported July 25.

His corporate career also includes time as global director of supply chain aftermarket services at Siemens’ Dresser-Rand  subsidiary and vice president of the North American supply chain at Finmeccanica (now Leonardo), Vectrus said July 25.

“Mario’s demonstrated track record of successfully driving performance improvement in large, complex, organizations will enhance our execution and accelerate the margin expansion aspects of our strategy,” said Chuck Prow, president and CEO at Vectrus and five-time Wash100 winner.

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