Parker Trutec Implements Divisional Structure Changes

Current and future business growth prompted these changes in order to better serve the expanding customer base as well as increased operational growth opportunities in both U.S. and Mexico facilities.

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Parker Trutec recently implemented divisional structure changes impacting the organizational alignment of their North American operations.

Facilities in Sevierville, Tennessee and Paragould, Arkansas will become the responsibility of William Moore. Moore will focus on operational growth for the Southern U.S. facilities and further expand this market area in the metals treatment industry.

Facilities in Springfield and Urbana, Ohio will become the responsibility of Joseph Gummel. He will lead the Ohio-based facilities as both operational plants continue to experience steady growth.

The Mexican company, Parker Trutec Mexicana S.A. de C.V., which began operations in 2009, is in the process of adding a second location.  In addition to the surface treatment and heat treatment plant in Aguascalientes a second heat treatment plant in the state of Guanajuato is under construction.

This structure change began in September and is ongoing with the refinement of each business unit. The goal of strongly serving current and future customers will be the key focus of each new business unit as they expand and grow within the metal treatment industry they serve.