Deceuninck NV Integrates to Form Deceuninck North America

Deceuninck NV has announced the formation of Deceuninck North America by integrating Dayton Technologies LLC and Vinyl Building Products LLC. Deceuninck NV acquired Dayton Technologies in 1997, and Vinyl Building Products was acquired by the company in 2003.

"Deceuninck North America now has a competitive advantage because it is totally integrated, has one of the broadest product offerings in the industry and can handle the complete process, from design and compounding to tooling, extrusion and testing," said Darwin G. Brown, chief executive officer and vice chairperson.

The company's headquarters are in Monroe, Ohio, with three operating plants in Little Rock, Ark., Monroe, and Oakland, N.J. Planning is underway for a further expansion of manufacturing and warehousing on the west coast, according to the company.

Peter Quig has been promoted to the new position of vice president of supply chain for the company.

"Quig will be a valuable asset in helping the company develop an efficient and cost-effective world class supply chain that is important now, and will become even more critical in the future," said Mike Hutfless, chief operating officer.

Quig holds a bachelor's degree in political science from the University of Delaware, and will be relocating to Monroe from Oakland.

Hutfless has announced the appointment of Royce Ruggles to succeed Quig as director of operations for the company's Oakland, N.J. facility.

Heinz Braun has been appointed to director of operations for the company's Little Rock, Ark. location. He will be responsible for establishing the Little Rock facility as an independent manufacturing site.

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