DAC Products Announces Strategic Changes to Management Structure
April 8, 2011
DAC Products in Rural Hall, N.C., announced corporate organizational changes in what it calls a move designed to tighten its management structure and gain operational efficiencies.
As part of the reorganization, Bonnie Edwards succeeds Squire Irwin as plant manager; Irwin will now serve as operations manager. Cathy Lynch assume expanded responsibilities as the current human resources and accounting manager, while Chris Hodges will expand his responsibilities as business development manager.
“As our business continues to grow, we recognize the importance of leveraging the talent and collective knowledge of our existing employees by giving them the opportunity to be involved in the management of our company,” says Tony Smith, president, DAC Products. “Today’s unusual business climate demands that organizations run a tight ship, and we are confident that these four individuals, who have been instrumental in making DAC Products so successful, will help us streamline processes and create efficiencies, which will in turn enable us to react more quickly and be even more responsive to customer needs.”
Smith adds, “The management changes we are making are consistent with our longer-term strategy to become a lean, well-functioning and efficient enterprise as we plan for our future growth.”