Payne joins Stoughton as vp of purchasing

Oct. 13, 2016
Stoughton Trailers named a new vice president of purchasing to its executive team in September.

Stoughton Trailers named a new vice president of purchasing to its executive team in September. John Payne, who was most recently vice president of operations at the Lang Companies, will be responsible for global supply chain functions — sourcing, purchasing and materials strategy — in support of the company’s business growth plans, Stoughton said.

His previous positions included director of materials and executive director of supply chain management at Cummins Filtration, and materials manager at Fluid Management.

“John will be a valuable member of our leadership team and a major contributor to our strategic vision,” said Stoughton Trailers President & CEO Bob Wahlin. “His expertise in purchasing strategy, process improvement and problem-solving will result in greater cost savings and streamlined efficiency for our growing company.”

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