Cheryl Daniel Joins MVP as Production Support Manager

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MVP Financial Equipment Corporation is pleased to announce Cheryl A. Daniel has joined the MVP team as Production Support Manager.

Daniel is responsible for developing procedures to support maintenance, testing and assemblies; assisting in the development of administrative processes and customer services; and aid in the interviewing and hiring process.

“Since opening the distribution and technical training center in South Carolina, MVP has rapidly grown and expanded the services we offer,” said MVP President and CEO Justin Van Peursem.

“Cheryl’s experience as a components expert has been a great asset to the management team we’re building,” Van Peursem notes. “We've selected someone who thrives in a highly dynamic environment, capable of accelerating what is working well for MVP and disrupting what needs to change.”

During her time with the United States Air Force, Daniel worked as an F/FB-111 Avionics Tester and Component Specialist. Later, she worked with cash dispensers and recyclers for 10 years at ARCA, where she also assisted with engineering, technical writing and training depot repair technicians. In her new role, Daniel will lean on her experience in manufacturing and process environment to help MVP continue to grow.

Cheryl can be reached at 415-919-4248 or

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