Information on the leadership behind Syntech Systems, Inc. and FuelMaster products and services.
B.S. Business Administration, Florida State University, 1973
Graduate Level Coursework, Florida State University, 1981
Successfully Completed CPA Examination 1982
Formed Syntech Systems 1989
Mr. Dunlap is Syntech's President and majority owner and has held this position since its inception in 1989. During this time, Syntech has experienced unprecedented success in all phases of business operations, a success Dunlap attributes to a true company wide dedication to the success of its customers. His background includes more than 35 years experience in the Dept. of Defense Contracting arena, along with experience in computer technology development serving the fueling automation industry. His broad experience includes senior management positions in retailing, trucking, financial services and manufacturing, along with instruction at the university level in Business Management and Engineering Management.
B.S., Florida State University, 1993
M.S. Nova Southeastern University, 2001
Mr. Smith came to Syntech Systems in 2011 after spending over 10 years with NextEra Energy, f/k/a Florida Power and Light. During that time, he was responsible for driving the execution of Human Resources initiatives in the areas of Strategic Planning, Organizational Effectiveness, Performance Management, Employment Practices and Talent Management. Since joining Syntech Systems, Shane has spearheaded a new Senior Level Leadership Group focused on strengthening and improving corporate objectives. Most recently, he has assumed the role of Interim Director of Engineering where he is managing all engineering efforts related to both our Commercial and Department of Defense markets
B.S., Business Administration, Florida State University, 1972
Mr. Oglesby is the Vice President for Operations at Syntech and is responsible for the coordination and control of all projects. He joined Syntech in 1977, serving as Subcontract Administrator and Director of Purchasing prior to assuming his current duties. His extensive knowledge in the purchasing of materials, combined with his knowledge of Syntech's in-house production capabilities, provides the expertise to produce quality products at the lowest possible cost to the customer. Mr. Oglesby has been responsible for contract management and interfacing with government agencies for 20 years. It is his responsibility to ensure that all daily operations result in achievement of program objectives, including customer satisfaction and adherence to Syntech quality and operating standards.
B.S., Electrical Engineering, University of Delaware, 1965
B.S., M.S., Mechanical Engineering, University of Florida, 1975
As Vice President Emeritus for Engineering for Syntech Systems, Inc., Mr. Pollock is responsible for the design, development testing, and baseline of all programs. Mr. Pollock has an extensive background in fuel management systems, munitions handling, product design, and development. Mr. Pollock was responsible for the design of all FuelMaster products, as well as the GFU 7/E, GFU 8/E, GFU 9/E, GFU 10/E, GFU 22/E and GFU 23/E Ammunition Loading Systems, the Manually Operated Lift Truck (MOLT), 25MM, 30mm, and 40mm ammunition containers. He brings to Syntech prior military experience as a fighter pilot in the United States Navy. As a rated military pilot, he became extensively involved with aircraft turnaround operations, including munitions rearming aboard naval carriers.