Penray forms new management team

The Penray Companies, Inc. has announced the formation of a new management team, which it says will help grow sales of its chemical additives and functional fluids.

William Nonnamaker has joined Penray as senior vice president of sales. In this capacity, Penray says Nonnamaker will be responsible for driving achievement of the company’s growth plan, ensuring the highest levels of customer service and satisfaction, and will establish strategic sales directions.

Randy Fowler assumes the position of vice president, private label, and will be responsible for enhanced focus and sales building of the company’s private-branded business, the company says.

Mark Kardon has joined Penray as director of marketing. In this role he will direct all of Penray’s marketing efforts regarding new products, product management, development of sales tools, and customer communication, the company says.

Steve Abrams has joined Penray as director of operations, with overall responsibility for manufacturing facilities, production, scheduling, shipping and materials sourcing, the company says.

“Penray has a tremendous track record of sales growth and product innovation,” says David Sholtis, CEO. “As a well-planned vertically-integrated company, we have built on product innovation and customer service to achieve sales success, both here and internationally. This new management team is poised to propel us to an even greater level of success.

He adds: “We’ve assembled a team that brings the best knowledge of the automotive and heavy-duty aftermarkets as well as fresh and innovative ideas from other industries. We’re confident that this blend of talent and creativity will help assure our next sixty years of growth and success.”

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