|(United States Of America)|
American Textile Company (ATC), a leading provider of innovative sleep solutions, has added two new executives to its board of directors. The new members bring proven expertise and leadership as well as local ties to the company's Pittsburgh area headquarters.
Joining the board are John Burke, Chief Executive Officer of Armada Supply Chain Solutions, and Charles Bitzer, Chief Operations Officer at Abarta, Inc. They join Jeff Brown, Chief Marketing Officer at Polyconcept North America, a third external director who has served on the board for several years.
"John, Jeff and Charlie bring exceptional leadership experience that will be invaluable as American Textile Company continues to grow and further establish ourselves as the leading supplier of innovative sleep solutions in the country," said Jack Ouellette, executive chairman of American Textile Company.
Armada Supply Chain Solutions CEO John Burke has extensive knowledge in logistics and strategic planning, which is critical to American Textile Company as it looks to its next phase of growth, while Abarta COO Charles Bitzer lends insight in manufacturing and operations as the company has grown to 750,000 square-feet of facility space in the last decade. Board member Jeff Brown, Chief Marketing Officer of Polyconcept North America, brings his expertise in strategic marketing and consumer products.
"At American Textile Company, we have structured our board to blend strategic skills in a range of disciplines. They regularly advise our executive leadership on long-term, strategic opportunities and challenges. This has played a crucial role in our success over the years, and with our continued growth, the addition of John and Charlie alongside Jeff creates a team of experts who help us see new opportunities well into the future," commented Executive Vice President Blake Ruttenberg.
American Textile Company was founded in 1925 by Charles Ruttenberg, the grandfather of President and Chief Operations Officer Lance Ruttenberg, and Executive Vice President Blake Ruttenberg. In the decades that followed, the company grew to become one of the leading makers of allergen barrier bedding and other bedding designed to improve the quality of sleep. The two brothers today lead the family-owned firm.
"Under the leadership of our board of directors and our commitment to hiring the best talent in the industry, American Textile Company continues to grow while maintaining the culture and core values under which we were founded 88 years ago," said Lance Ruttenberg.
American Textile Company
Middle East News
- Media Information: Autefa Solutions announces new agency for the Indian market
- Denimsandjeans India to discuss trend of unisex denim
- RBI keeps repo rate unchanged at 6%
- Maharashtra cabinet approves textile policy for 2018-23
- UAE has the lowest VAT regionally and globally
- Costs rise at sharpest pace for UAE’s private sector businesses
- Budget 2018-19: Customs duty on silk fabric hiked to 20%
- Reduction in tax for MSMEs to benefit TN textile firms
- Budget: TEA hails Rs 7148cr allocation for textile sector
- Indian textile industry hails budget with some scepticism
- Arvind Q3 revenue up 16% at Rs 2,706 crore
- Amazon infuses 1,950 cr fresh capital to India operations
- Indian brand Ekaya at Paris Haute Couture Week
- E-commerce platform for artisans in India's Kashmir
- SRTEPC honours RIL with 5 gold trophies
- Indian economy to grow at 7.3% in FY 2018-19: World Bank
- Wazir Advisors Introduction
- 10 Reasons to Invest in Textile Sector in India
- India’s Standing in Global Textile and Apparel Industry
- India: A Land of Opportunities
- Patterns, images and colors demanded in the Iranian carper markets
- CE certificate or sign on the carpet; Indicator of product quality or inaudible imprint of international clarification
- The classification of textile floorings In terms of fire-taking behavior according to the provisions of European Union
- Remain unknown the place of modern carpet design