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Mark Vrablec
President, Aerospace & Automotive Products
Davenport, Iowa
Mark Vrablec is President of Alcoa's Aerospace &Automotive Products (AAP) business, which focuses on the aerospace, defense and automotive markets and includes operating locations in the U.S. and the U.K.  This new business, with revenues of $2 billion, is an offshoot of the Global Aerospace, Ground Transportation, and Industrial and Specialty Products business, which Mark led since 2011.  This business unit included global rolled product activities in the aerospace, ground transportation, and industrial and specialty products markets.
Mark has spent the majority of his Alcoa career in operating and management assignments in Alcoa’s global rolled products organization.  He joined the company in 1982 as a metallurgist at the company’s Tennessee Operations.  While there, he held a series of quality assurance and manufacturing assignments, including Ingot and Can Reclamation Manager. He moved to Alcoa’s Warrick (Ind.) facility in 1995 as Hot Mill Manager, progressed to Quality and Customer Service Manager for Tennessee and Warrick and then Fabricating Manager at Warrick.  In 1999, Mark was named Director of Manufacturing for Lancaster (Pa.) and Texarkana (Texas) and, subsequently, assumed additional responsibility for Alcoa’s Lebanon (Pa.) Works.  Two years later, Mark became Director of Manufacturing at Davenport (Iowa) Works, and took on responsibilities for Alcoa Aerospace Centers and Danville Operations in 2003.  Mark was appointed Managing Director of Alcoa Australia Rolled Products in 2008. While in this assignment, his responsibilities grew to include President, China Rolled Products in 2010.  A year later, he added Vice President, GRP Technology and Engineering to his accountabilities.
Mark graduated from Lehigh University in Pennsylvania in 1982 with a degree in Metallurgy and Materials Science and began working for Alcoa shortly thereafter. 
He and his wife, Janice, have two children, Laura and Adam.