inTEST appoints Michael Goodrich as president, Process Technologies Division

inTEST Corporation

inTEST Corp., based in Mount Laurel, said Tuesday that Michael Goodrich has been appointed as president, Process Technologies Division. Goodrich succeeds Scott Nolen, who will be pursuing other opportunities.

Nick Grant, CEO and president, commented: “Mike brings the skills and experience in operations, engineering sales and marketing, and importantly in coaching, mentoring and team-building across an organization. We believe his skills will help to advance our efforts as an organization as we leverage customer relationships and geographic reach among our divisions. We look forward to Mike’s contributions to our growth.”

Goodrich, a global technology leader with proven experience leading international cross-function teams in technology and manufacturing organizations, most recently served as vice president of operations with Vixar Inc. Prior to that, Goodrich was president of GBS LLC, providing strategic and process improvement advisory services to technology and manufacturing businesses.

About inTEST

inTEST is a global supplier of innovative test and process technology solutions for use in manufacturing and testing in key target markets, which include automotive/electric vehicle, defense/aerospace, industrial, life sciences, security and semiconductor.

Goodrich spent over 20 years of his career at Rudolph Technologies, where he progressively advanced to roles of greater responsibility. He began his career with August Technology, which was later acquired by Rudolph, where he was tasked with creating the customer support department. He ultimately rose to vice president and general manager and managed several cross-functional strategic relationships while overseeing several major product launches and revenue growth of over 60%. He began his career as a technical support engineer at several technology companies.

Goodrich is a graduate of DeVry Institute of Technology, where he earned a B.S. in electronics engineering technology. He also earned his MBA at the University of St. Thomas.