To be the leading innovator and partner in the development and manufacture of emission control and exhaust systems centered on our proprietary metallic herringbone converter technology.
To leverage our diverse manufacturing expertise in tube bending, tooling, stamping, welding and precision machining to meet our customers’ unique needs with value-added solutions for both finished parts and production cell fabrication.
For more than 25 years, Joe Moch has thrived on competition. He brings a real passion performance and automotive aftermarket products to his role as president and CEO of ACAT Global. During his college years, Moch raced in two different sports: he was a member of the UM crew team, setting a record time in the novice men’s 2,000 meter event. He also campaigned cars as an amateur Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) driver, earning his national competition license – and winning the 2000-01 Sports 2000 regional championship.
While still in college, Moch started his career in real estate development, working for Moch International, focusing on urban infill projects. He holds membership in the Urban Land Institute (ULI), an organization for real estate professionals. In 2005, the Grand Rapids’ Business Journal named Moch to its list of “Top 40 under 40-Best and Brightest Business Leaders.”
In 2010, Moch purchased Delphi, which included all intellectual property, R&D, equipment and production assets that Delphi had developed over the last 20 years. Since then, he has steadily developed his team, technology and production assets and furthering the company’s position as the leader in metallic substrate catalytic converter technology.
Moch attended the University of Michigan where he earned his bachelor’s degree in political science.
Matthew G. Frankel
Partner & Science Advisor
Matthew G. Frankel, MD, has served AS a partner and science advisor at ACAT since 2010. In his role, he provides insights on the science, implications and benefits of ACAT’s proprietary catalytic converter technology.
Dr. Frankel has served as an ER physician at the Yavapai Regional Medical Center in Prescott, Arizona, for nearly 30 years. A Fellow at America College of Emergency Physicians, he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Zoology and a Master of Science in Biochemistry from the University of Maine and an MD from Wayne State University.
A philanthropist and a life-long turtle and tortoise enthusiast, Dr. Frankel is a strong supporter of global conservation. He serves on the Boards of the Center for Biological Diversity and the Frankel Family Foundation, is the founder and Director of the Surprise Spring Foundation, is a Member on the Advisory Board for the Union of Concerned Scientists and is a past Board member of Prescott’s Heritage Park Zoo.
Dr. Frankel is an avid classic car collector who believes that society has an obligation to leave future generations with a healthy and clean planet.