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Drake Sarault named Vice President of Sales

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Mt. Vernon, Missouri – Reyco Granning is pleased to announce the appointment of Drake Sarault as Vice President of Sales. In his new role, starting September 3, Sarault will have the key responsibility to drive Reyco Granning’s sales growth.

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Scott Ames named Manager of Business Development

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Mt. Vernon, MO – We are pleased to promote Scott Ames to Manager, Business Development reporting to Drake Sarault.
In this role Scott will have three core responsibilities: 1) Managing our outside sales representatives, 2) Managing and growing our global sales accounts, & 3) Developing new business opportunities. In this final and most critical area Scott will have the mission to advance our new EVOS Business Unit.

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Ellen Cameron-Rice named Manager of Customer Service

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Mt. Vernon, MO – We are pleased to promote Ellen Cameron-Rice to Sales Manager, Customer Service reporting to Drake Sarault.  In this role Ellen will oversee the day to day operations of the Customer Service Department and support direct and indirect customers with suspension and parts solutions.  She will also support our outside sales team in their efforts to achieve sales growth through lead generation and communication.

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AirMaster Product Enhancement

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The Next Generation in Air Control System for Medium Duty Suspensions

Mt. Vernon, MO – The AirMaster from Reyco Granning is the latest suspension air control system in the light and medium duty markets. It incorporates an electronic, microprocessor-based height control system and was designed to improve the durability and reduce the installation complexity for Reyco’s R-Series suspensions used in Ford, Ram and GM truck applications.

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Zinc Levels Now Fall Within Normal Requirements

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Early 2017 testing revealed that that Reyco Granning was out of compliance regarding the Zinc levels in our water. We quickly took action through process and procedure improvement as well as onsite training to remedy the issues.

We are happy to say that our levels now fall within the requirements set forth by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources and the Environmental Protection Agency. There have been no further issues or violations noted to date.

We would like to give a big hand to all of our teams for taking time to do their part to make not only Reyco Granning a better place but also the community that we live, work and play in!

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