Formulated Solutions announces two senior appointments

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Formulated Solutions has announced two high-level appointments.

Mike Luther has taken on the newly created position of vice president of human resources.

The company said that Mike is a "well-versed human resources executive with over 20 years of human resources experience within the pharmaceutical and medical device industries".

Mike is responsible for planning and leading Formulated Solution’s human resources function with a focus on aligning with the organisation’s values and mission, advancing business strategies and achieving long-term organisational human capital management objectives.

Prior to joining Formulated Solutions, Mike held HR leadership roles with several OEM/contract manufactures within the healthcare space.

Most recently, Mike was the global director of human resources for Oscor Inc./Integer Holdings, in Palm Harbour, Florida.

He also led the HR function as the director of human resources for Apyx Medical/Bovie Medical.

Additionally, Mike spent more than eleven years with Smith & Nephew – Advanced Wound Management, North America as the director of human resources.

Mike holds a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration/Human Resources Management from The Florida State University.

Troy Santi has been appointed vice president of engineering and tech services.

The organisation said Troy is a "highly-skilled, hands-on pharmaceutical executive with success in demanding manufacturing, operations and engineering leadership roles.

"As Vice President of Engineering, Troy is responsible for the engineering services at the site and ensuring our brand partners’ projects are commercialised on time".

Prior to joining Formulated Solutions, Troy served as the senior director of engineering for DPT Laboratories in San Antonio, Texas.

While at DPT, he also had leadership roles in manufacturing and logistics where he gained extensive contract development and and manufacturing company experience with semi-solids and liquids. One of his first pharmaceutical projects was building the DPT aerosol facility. Prior to DPT, Troy worked at IBM, Texas Instruments and Abbott Laboratories.

Troy has a BS in Industrial Engineering from Iowa State University.

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