Lowell, MA | December 19, 2019 – ePropelled, the leader in magnetic engineering technology for electro-magnetic motors, today announced that their manufacturing operations will be led by Nick DeSilvio. DeSilvio will oversee the company’s manufacturing development plan, implementing best-in-class production, and providing strategic direction on becoming ISO 9001 certified.

CEO Nick Grewal says, “ePropelled is ready to manufacture products, most of which will be done in the USA. Nick DeSilvio is an experienced manufacturing manager who sets goals and breaks records. We are thrilled to have him on board with us and to build our manufacturing operations from the ground up.”

Nick brings over 30 years of senior manufacturing and operations management experience to ePropelled. His previous roles include Director of Operations at Triasys Technologies Corp and Protium Technologies Inc. where he was one of the founders and managing partners. Nick also served as Vice President of U.S. Operations for Unique Broadband Systems and Vice President of Operations at SierraCom for over 12 years supporting the telecommunications industry. His experience covers Logistics, Inventory Control, Manufacturing, Customer Service, Quality Assurance, Planning, Program Management, Facilities, and Security.

“ePropelled, with its innovative technology, is an exciting company to work for,” said DeSilvio. “Being here to build and shape the company’s manufacturing operations is a fantastic opportunity, and a challenge that I’ve trained for my whole life. I believe in our products and am excited to contribute to bringing jobs and manufacturing back to the area.”

About ePropelled
ePropelled is the leader in magnetic engineering innovations that dramatically improve electric motor and generator efficiency for propulsion applications in aviation, aerospace and electric vehicles as well as industrial uses. Our combination of motor design with software control produces a much more efficient method of electric propulsion at various torque and speed levels. Originally formed as Electronica, the company has already won several grant awards from the Welsh Government, Technology Strategy Board and the Carbon Trust for innovative designs. For more information, please visit


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