David Greenfield returns to Control Engineering

David Greenfield, editorial director of Control Engineering from 2003 through 2005, has returned to Control Engineering as editorial director.


Oak Brook, IL – David Greenfield, editorial director of Control Engineering from 2003 through 2005, has returned to Control Engineering as editorial director.

David Greenfield

Since his departure from Control Engineering in 2005, Greenfield has served as publisher of sister publication Manufacturing Business Technology and as media director for World 50, a private membership group for corporate executives.
“I am very happy to resume my role as editorial director,” said Greenfield. “Being a part of the repositioning and global expansion of Control Engineering in 2003 through 2005 was a great experience, and I look forward to again playing a key role in helping one of the great information sources for the manufacturing and engineering industries remain a vital and valuable resource.”
Greenfield’s prior achievements at Control Engineering include leading the editorial staff to an ASBPE Gold Award for the

50th Anniversary Issue Supplement in 2004

Marc Moschetto, who served as editorial director prior to Greenfield’s return, said, “I’ve been friends with David for years, and he’s a wonderful person and an outstanding editorial director. The fact that he’s previously held this position and has done a tremendous job ensures there will be a‘blip-free’ transition and that Control Engineering will continue to grow and prosper.”
Greenfield can be reached directly at 630-288-8543 or via email at david.greenfield@reedbusiness.com.
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