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Delcath Names Harold C. Mapes as Executive Vice President of Global Operations
Date:5/3/2011

NEW YORK, May 3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Delcath Systems, Inc. (Nasdaq: DCTH) today announced the appointment of Harold C. Mapes to the newly created position of Executive Vice President, Global Operations.  In this role, Mr. Mapes will lead the Delcath manufacturing and operations team, and will implement logistics and supply chain management in support of the Company's commercial launch in Europe later this year. Mr. Mapes will report directly to Eamonn P. Hobbs, CEO & President.

"With CE Mark approval for the Hepatic CHEMOSAT™ Delivery System now in hand, our next step is to scale up our operational and manufacturing capabilities to support the launch of the product in the European Union," said Mr.  Hobbs. "Harold is an excellent choice to lead this effort. He brings 30 years' worth of experience in operations and has proven that he can deliver lean manufacturing practices to companies of any size. Most importantly to Delcath, he has led operations for device companies making the transition from early stage to fully commercial entities with $200M in annual revenue. We are delighted to welcome Harold to the Delcath team."

Prior to joining Delcath, Mr. Mapes, 51, was Senior Vice President of Operations at AngioDynamics, Inc., where he was responsible for global sourcing, inventory, engineering, production, distribution and operations across four sites employing 300 workers. In his 18 years at AngioDynamics, he also held the positions of Vice President Operations, Director of Operations and Manufacturing Engineering, and Product Development Project Manager. In those roles, he coordinated the strategic corporate planning function, reduced manufacturing costs through implementation of lean manufacturing methods, and improved production performance by focusing on continuous improvement and compliance. Mr. Mapes has also held leadership positions in Oper
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