DAYTON, OH, March 30, 2017– This year marks the 80th anniversary for Staco Energy Products Company, which makes them one of the longest lasting innovators of power quality and voltage control technologies in the world. In an era when manufacturing companies come and go, Staco has achieved eight decades of innovation and steady growth. The company plans to commemorate the occasion by giving back to the community and celebrating their employees that have made them a success.

“This milestone has been achieved through the hard work and dedication of our employees. We have dedicated ourselves to 80 years of product innovation to provide our customers with unique power solutions,” elaborates Jeff Hoffman, President of Staco Energy Products. “Throughout 2017, we will be celebrating what we have achieved and planning our path for future growth.  In August, we are inviting all employees to a fun-filled day to celebrate our milestone.”

To kick off this exciting year, Staco is donating the finances necessary to provide eighty nights of shelter for one person at St. Vincent De Paul in Dayton.

Staco Energy Products Co. manufactures voltage control, VAR compensation, uninterruptible power supplies and engineered power quality solutions.   Since 1937, customers worldwide have relied on Staco as their dependable source for standard and tailored solutions to a wide range of electrical power problems.  Headquartered in Miamisburg, Ohio, Staco Energy Products is a wholly owned subsidiary of Components Corporation of America, located in Dallas, Texas.  

If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Libby Seder at 937.253.1191 x212 or email at sederl@stacoenergy.com.

To: All Staco Energy Products Employees
From: Jeff Hoffman
Date: December 9, 2015
Subject: Organizational Announcement

I am pleased to announce the hiring of Marya Mista as the Director of National Accounts for the Western Region.  She will start on January 4th, 2016 and report to me.

Marya’s previous experience includes stints with Tripp Lite as their National Channel Account and Ecommerce Manager, along with her most recent role as the National Account Executive for CyberPower Systems.  Marya has been very successful in bringing on large accounts in her past work.  That will be her main focus at Staco, and she will be working closely with Neil Jones as she opens doors at these national accounts.  

Marya will also be responsible for the state of California, someone who will have the time to be in the state on a regular basis to build the foundation for significant growth.  She will be working to capture large accounts in California, but will also be adding resellers and manufacturing representatives to the territory where needed.   There will be some large resellers and design build houses that Jim Jones has worked with for years in California, that he will continue to handle.  This shift in responsibility will also give Jim more time to spend with Miguel, to expand our business in Latin America in other vertical markets, which is critical to achieving sustained growth.   

The plan is to add a person to handle national accounts in the East, dependent on future business performance.  I will be sending out soon a separate notice to the sales team with more detail on our sales channel structure and responsibilities.

Please join me in welcoming Marya to the Staco team!

Jeff Hoffman