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Lippert Components names new general manager

Lippert Components names new general manager

 

ELKHART, Ind. — Lippert Components Inc. announces the promotion of Carl Yoder to general manager for the company’s Warehousing Division at Plant 39. Yoder was assistant general manager at LCI Plant 45.

In his new role, Yoder is responsible for managing the receiving, warehousing and shipping for LCI’s Aftermarket Division based in South Bend, Indiana. Yoder will work towards warehousing efficiencies, on-time deliveries and overall customer satisfaction.

“Carl has shown fantastic dedication to our warehousing operations and a commitment to the team members he leads. I’m excited to see his abilities continue to strengthen and to see him grow even further with the company,” commented Steve Jenkins, vice president of operations at LCI.

“I’m excited to get to work with another division of our ever-expanding company. It is a true pleasure to have met so many folks throughout our company and to get to be their teammate,” Yoder commented.

Yoder first started with the company in 2004 working on the operations floor as a forklift driver. He was promoted to plant manager in 2009, and later to assistant general manager. For the last four years, he has spent considerable time between Plant 45 and the Windows Division, focusing his efforts on inventory management for the company.

SOURCE: Lippert Components press release

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