Crafco appoints Gary Johnson as their new President
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Crafco appoints Gary Johnson as their new President

Crafco appoints Gary Johnson as their new President

Crafco Inc., has announced that Gary Johnson is taking over as President of Crafco. Gary joined Crafco as Vice President of Sealant Operations in 2019.

Gary was responsible for the company’s sealant manufacturing operations nationwide, overseeing materials management, safety and regulatory compliance, product engineering and development, as well as facility and personnel management for all sealant production locations.

In April of 2021, Gary was promoted to Senior Vice President & General Manager of Crafco.

After earning a Bachelor of Science in Physical Science from Penn State University, Gary received a Master of Business Administration from Widener University in Chester, Pennsylvania. He holds several executive program certificates including business and sales negotiations, as well as post-graduate work in advanced financial management and multivariate statistics.

Prior to joining Crafco, Gary served as Vice President & General Manager of Stone Barn Floors, where he built a distribution company and brand from the ground up that continues to flourish to this day. Additional successes were earned during his tenure at Owens Corning, Sunoco R&M and Sunoco Chemicals.

Gary’s extensive experience growing businesses, managing people and P&L, and  enhancing operations for name-brand companies within the oil, gas, chemicals, and construction products industries make him especially well-suited to lead and support Crafco’s senior management.

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Post source : Crafco, Inc

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