Reyco Granning announces organizational changes

Christopher Hughes joined Reyco Granning this week as the new vice president of Finance.

“Christopher’s extensive experience in process generation and best practices that improve profitability and cost control is an asset to Reyco Granning. We will rely heavily on him as we continue to strengthen our organization as a customized suspension system solution provider for the industry,” says Reyco Granning President John Stuart.

According to Reyco Granning, Hughes has 24 years’ experience in manufacturing, having begun his career in 1994 at Armstrong/Triangle Pacific Corp. as an audit supervisor and rose to the position of group controller. Prior to joining Reyco Granning, Hughes has served as the CFO at Builders Firstsource as well as Reliant Worldwide Plastics. In addition, he was the vice president of operations for Smith System Manufacturing Company.

Hughes replaces Tracy Carll as vice president of finance as Carll was promoted to vice president of Supply Chain and IT.

“Tracy has demonstrated cross-functional leadership and is particularly adept in contract negotiations and cost reduction efforts. She was the ideal candidate to lead our Supply Chain and IT groups,” says Stuart. “We are fortunate to have Christopher and Tracy in these roles as we continuously improve our organization work daily to fulfill our mission to be a trusted, indispensable partner for suspension solutions.”

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