Bob Luce — President
Bob joined the company in 1996 as president after heading a management consulting firm focusing on turning around underperforming plastics companies. With an MBA from The Wharton School, he brings a mix of finance, strategy and operations expertise to Wright’s efforts. He has focused on the company’s strategic direction and empowering the management team to achieve Wright’s objective to be a superior supplier of custom injection molded products.
Marvid Schneider — Corporate Controller
Marvid leads the finance, accounting, human resource and information technology efforts. She joined the company in 1996 with a BBA from Davenport University, and has earned certificates from the University of Michigan, Ross School of Business. Her forward thinking, persistence and perspectives are key in strategically aligning the company across all functions. Marvid drives the company to be competitive with efficient, reliable information systems, new software and hardware technology, and with investing our staff to be qualified, fully trained, and to reach our fullest potential.
Tom Arquette —
Chief Operating Officer
After 14 years in production and management roles at another injection molder, Tom joined Wright as St. Clair plant manager in 1997. Since then, he and his team have turned the St. Clair facility into one of the top-performing custom injection molding facilities in Michigan. He has played a critical role in improving the company’s operations management approach and the effectiveness of the production information system.
General Manager — Sheridan
Jim, who has spent his entire career in injection molding, joined Wright in 1991. Since that time, he held several management roles in production, process and engineering before taking over the Sheridan facility in 2002. In his current role, he and his management team have made significant improvements in the company’s operating effectiveness. Jim also played a key role as Wright’s lead participant in an injection molding applied research consortium. His efforts to put more science in the art of molding have turned processing expertise into a major company strategic strength.