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Kim Thiara

President and CEO
AceTronic Industrial Controls Inc

There is a relatively small segment of leaders in the business world , individuals who are able to build relationships, trust and rapport with almost anyone, and in turn, are able to broker those relationships and make connections between people, creating partnerships and alliances and motivating forward momentum in order to "get things done". Kim Thiara has been instrumental in positioning AceTronic Industrial Controls Inc. as the leader in the plastics market.  She has spent the last 27+ years establishing a name for herself as the best source for plastic processing products, repair and calibration, culminating in the 2008 purchase of AceTronic, a company founded by her father, Harb Mushiana in 1983. As President and CEO of AceTronic, "getting things done" and driving results through collaboration, partnerships and relationships, is what Kim is about.  She radiates an enthusiastic and sincere passion to service her clients in all facets the organization.

Since joining AceTronic in 1991, Kim has led the Company through both diverse and challenging times.  Kim took over the reins from her father during a period of market volatility and persevered with the creation and launch of several new product lines.  Throughout this period she demonstrated an unwavering commitment to continuous improvement and growth of a mature and established operation.  Under Kim’s leadership, AceTronic has achieved consistent revenue growth and built a roster of customers within North America.   She served as the  Toronto Chair for the Toronto  Chapter of CAMM (Canadian Association of Mold Makers) for 7 years and is the newly elected Chair for the organization, effectibe May 2022. Kim is the first woman elected to this position.  Canada’s mold making segment represents a $2 billion share of the Canadian economy .  Kim also held a positon as Board Member with the APMA (Auto Parts Manufacturers Association).  APMA is Canada’s national association representing OEM producers of parts, equipment, tools, supplies, advanced technology, and services for the worldwide automotive industry. In 2018, automotive parts shipments were over $35 Billion.

AceTronic is now moving into its 3rd generation with the addition of Kim’s 2 daughters actively  involved with the business.



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