CRP Industries' Muldoon Named to MERA Council

CRP Industries’ Muldoon Named to MERA Council

P.T. Muldoon of CRP Automotive has been named chairman of MERA's Technology & Operations Council.

CRP Automotive Director of Engineering P.T. Muldoon, has been named chairman of the Technology & Operations Council of MERA. Founded in 2021, the Technology & Operations Council is a peer group network that provides a forum for MERA member companies to discuss the latest techniques, developments, and equipment that are advancing the remanufacturing industry.

Muldoon joined CRP Industries in 2020 and has spent 30 years in remanufactured product development engineering. He currently oversees CRP’s Complex Electronics and Mechatronics R&D Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Muldoon has presided over the launch of remanufacturing operations in the fields of electronics, engines, drivelines, fuel management, and automatic and manual transmissions.

“This new post as Chairman of the Technology & Operations Council comes as no surprise to anyone who has had the pleasure of working with P.T. throughout his impressive career,” noted Scott Shea, CRP Industries chief operating officer. “P.T. has a lifetime of engineering and remanufacturing knowledge and always looks to share his expertise with others. The council is fortunate to be headed by one of the best in our industry.”

Prior to joining CRP Automotive, Muldoon most recently served as the director of new product development – Electronics Remanufacturing for BBB Industries, where he helped head up the company’s Detroit Technical Center, the company says. He also spent two years as VP of Operations/Engineering at Electronics Remanufacturing Company, LLC (Walled Lake, MI) and was responsible for engineering and test cell development and all production operations.

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