Transportation Technologies Industries Inc (TTI) has announced the reorganization of management resources across the company's foundry operations, involving both Gunite Corp and Brillion Iron Works. The move is designed to optimize the resources and capabilities of Gunite and Brillion to serve their customers better.
All foundry activities and operations of Gunite and Brillion will now take place under the designated umbrella of the newly established TTI Foundry Group.
Management of the TTI Foundry Group, with responsibility for both Gunite and Brillion, will be undertaken immediately by Jim Cirar as president and chief executive officer. Kelly Bodway will become vice-president — purchasing, material control, and MIS; Jeff Elmer, vice-president and chief financial officer; and Bill Faut, vice-president of human resources. They will all report to Cirar.
Al Scargall will become president and chief operating officer at Brillon. Brent Williams has been named vice-president—finance, Randy Brull vice-president — quality and engineering, and Brad Rolfe general manager of sales.