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CEIA USA Announces Promotion of Luca Cacioli to Chief Executive Officer
[September 18, 2019]

CEIA USA Announces Promotion of Luca Cacioli to Chief Executive Officer

TWINSBURG, Ohio, Sept. 18, 2019 /CNW/ -- CEIA USA is pleased to announce the promotion of Luca Cacioli to chief executive officer. In his new role as CEO, Luca will lead the development, promotion and execution of CEIA USA's business growth strategy and manage all departments and divisions.

Luca Cacioli, CEO, CEIA USA

Luca joined CEIA USA in 2012 as director of operations. Prior to joining CEIA USA, he held positions in product development and marketing management.

Luca holds a BSEE/MSEE from Universita' di Firenze, Florence, Italy, and his MBA from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX.

As CEO, Luca will oversee all CEIA USA business activities to ensure alignment with short-term and long-term strategic objectives. He will provide managerial and straegic leadership throughout the organization. He will also collaborate with and lead the CEIA USA executive management team to create and drive the company's core mission, strategies, and objectives. 

"I am honored to have been a part of the organization for seven years and look forward to helping the company implement the next phase of growth in North America," said Luca Cacioli.

CEIA is a world-leading manufacturing company specialized in the design, engineering and production of metal detectors and electromagnetic inspection devices, along with medium to high frequency induction heating systems.  CEIA USA operates through its three primary segments – security, military/ground search and induction heating systems. In addition, its CEIA USA Ferromagnetic Division operates through healthcare and select security segments. CEIA USA provides nationwide sales, service and customer support to public (federal, state and local governments) and private sector customers in North America. Dynamic solutions are the foundation of CEIA USA's commitment to customer satisfaction. To learn more, visit

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