WACO, TEXAS – 11-08-2018 ( — TMD welcomes Mike Piazza as the new director of its high voltage, tools and safety division. With his history in finance and operations management, Piazza will be leading a team to implement process improvement programs to ensure efficiency and quality in TMD’s high-voltage operations that will yield greater productivity and profitability. He will further serve as liaison for external customers and vendors to ensure customer expectations and industry standards are being met.

Prior to joining TMD, Piazza worked as operations manager at competitor, Hi-Line Utility Supply Co. in Chicago, IL. “We are excited to have Mike join our team of leaders as we head into the new year and look forward to his support of our long-term success,” states Executive Vice President of Operations, Layton Lively. 
Piazza is a member of the American Society for Testing and Materials, the North American Independent Lab and the Electrical Safety Foundation International.
TMD aims to be the nation’s premiere provider of AMI, metering and utility services for electric, water and gas utilities. TMD provides superior-quality products and services that streamline integration while improving data accuracy and asset management in order to maximize cost savings for our customers. Celebrating more than 80 years of excellence, TMD offers metering products, AMI services, utility services, field testing and verification, meter shop services, transformer-rated metering, tools/PPE/safety equipment and high-voltage testing. 
For more information, visit TMD at or email [email protected].

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