New Plant Manager, VP of Operations at Deceuninck North AmericaAugust 26th, 2021 by Editor
Deceuninck North America, a manufacturer and extruder of energy-efficient residential and commercial PVC window and door components and systems, is adding to its operations team with a new vice president of operations and a plant manager at its Monroe, Ohio, headquarters and manufacturing facility.
Mark Leszczynski joins Deceuninck as vice president of operations. Leszczynski has had nearly two decades of experience in the fenestration industry with a history of managing complex operations in manufacturing environments. In his new position, Leszczynski will oversee the day-to-day management of the company’s production operations, quality, continuous improvement, and logistics as well as the safety and maintenance of its U.S. facilities.
Cory Macke has been appointed as Deceuninck’s plant manager for its Monroe production facility. Macke most recently served as a Lean Six Sigma and production manager at another building materials company where he managed daily operations including the safety, quality, delivery, and cost efficiencies of a 24/7 manufacturing plant. As Deceuninck’s plant manager, Macke will ensure effective management and operation of the facility and play a leading role in the successful implementation of key company business initiatives to meet customer needs.
“Mark and Cory bring a wealth of experience at their respective positions and will make strong contributions to our continued focus on performance, constant innovation, imaginative design, and sustainability as an industry leader in energy-efficient windows and doors,” said Joren Knockaert, president and CEO of Deceuninck North America.
Leszczynski and Macke both joined Deceuninck North America in the spring of 2021.