Jon Cocco CEO & Owner, Feedall Automation

Jon Cocco

CEO & Owner, Feedall Automation

Jon Cocco is a proven senior executive that has been successful in building and leading high-performance global teams with P&L responsibility up to $500 million. He is an entrepreneurial leader that believes innovation drives sustainable value.

Jon currently serves as CEO and Owner of Feedall Automation. Since 1946, Feedall Automation has provided the most advanced line of parts feeding systems available in the market.

Prior to Feedall Automation, Jon served as Chief Operating Officer of Q Holding Company, a leading global manufacturer of highly-engineered, precision-molded elastomeric components.

Prior to his tenure at Q Holding Company, Jon was appointed head of Air Springs Business by Veyance & Continental to support Department of Justice divestiture order. In this position, Jon was responsible for the full separation of a 600 person business and accountable for leading the marketing & sale process. He led all aspects of ongoing operation while facilitating carve-out and divestiture.

While at Veyance Technologies (formerly Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company), Jon was appointed to various senior management positions of increasing responsibility in the areas of Supply Chain, Global Operations, Marketing and Corporate Finance. He was also on the core business development team that evaluated and implemented the divestiture of Goodyear’s Engineered Products division to the Carlyle Group for $1.5 billion. Prior to joining Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, Jon held several management and senior engineering positions at General Motors and Delphi Automotive Corporation. In addition, he has always gravitated to entrepreneurial activities, whether it was consulting for startup companies at the University of Michigan or developing new product development ideas.

Jon earned a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Case Western Reserve University in 1998 and an MBA from the University of Michigan Business School in 2003. In 2007, he attended the Executive Education Program in Strategic Planning from the Wharton School of Management.