IRVINE, Calif.--Today, CTC Global announced that Bill Webb has been named as its Vice President, Engineering. In this newly created position, Mr. Webb is responsible for CTC’s design, product development, manufacturing process support and internal and external testing and certification programs. Mr. Webb will also serve as a member of CTC’s senior management team, reporting to J.D. Sitton, CTC’s Chief Executive Officer.
“Since joining CTC in 2014, Bill has distinguished himself as a capable and forward-looking leader with a deep well of technical experience in carbon composites design and use. He has established a strong technical rapport with many of CTC’s key customers, testing labs and industry research organizations,” said Mr. Sitton. “I am confident that with Bill’s leadership and input, CTC will accelerate its transition from disruptive technology up-start to mature product manufacturer in the electric utility and transmission industry. I welcome Bill onto CTC’s senior management team and look forward to working closely with him to build on CTC’s market-leading position.”
Prior to joining CTC as its manager of technology support, Mr. Webb was recognized as a Technical Fellow in his role as technical service engineer for Cytec Engineering Materials. During his years at Cytec, Mr. Webb specialized in BMI tooling materials, where he pioneered the process of machining composite laminates to achieve tight tolerances in support of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner development effort. Webb has worked on development programs for multiple industry-leading flight and marine platforms involving extensive use of composite materials.
Mr. Webb holds a B.S. degree in mechanical engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology and an Associate of Physics degree from Dalton College (Georgia).
About CTC Global:
CTC Global is the privately held developer, marketer and manufacturer of composite carbon core used in ACCC®, the high performance, high voltage power line solution. CTC Global serves utility and industrial companies around the world and has provided core used in over 400 projects totaling over 35,000 kilometers of power line conductors. CTC Global is located in Irvine, California.