FasTest Announces New President Gary M. Rychley

Gary Rychley

Minneapolis, MN—July 1, 2015—FasTest, Inc. announces that Gary M. Rychley has been appointed by the Board of Directors as the President of FasTest, effective immediately.

Mr. Rychley will be responsible for all FasTest activities as well leading the expansion of the company’s global operations. “From the onset we were determined to find someone with a strong reputation for leading companies to successful long-term growth,” said FasTest’s Chairman of the Board, Michael Lyon. “We have set determined goals for FasTest, and we are confident that FasTest will realize its vision and growth targets under Gary’s leadership.”

Before joining FasTest, Mr. Rychley served as a Director on the Board of FasTest. His prior experience also includes positions with four Fortune 500 companies, and most recently serving as President of Colder Products Company for 16 years. “FasTest has been a leader in product innovation, helping customers improve quality and reduce costs in critical applications for the past 30 years. At FasTest we have a team of talented, engaged associates driving global growth across the broad fluid and gas markets we serve. I feel fortunate to be a part of this team.”

About FasTest, Inc.

Since 1985, FasTest, Inc. has manufactured quick test connectors and valves that maximize efficiency, productivity and profitability for the automotive, aerospace, refrigeration & air conditioning and compressed gas industries.

Relying on core engineering skills, FasTest has secured over 50 US and International patents that serve as the design platform for innovative products that enable their customers to improve testing, manufacturing process and productivity. FasTest also offers custom connectors for unique requirements.

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