MONROE, WA - Canyon Creek Cabinet Company named Rick Lovorn VP operations, heading up manufacturing for the cabinetry company. Lovorn has over 30 years experience in manufacturing and operations in both the cabinetry and furniture industries.
Lovorn previously was head Stanley Furniture's manufacturing operations, and before that was director of manufacturing for Masco's Builder Cabinet Group.
As part of Canyon Creek’s senior management team, Lovorn will oversee the plant’s operational efficiencies and manufacturing cost effectiveness. Lovorn says Canyon Creek "already has a great production team and lean manufacturing processes in place.”
Last year, Canyon Creek began making a number of changes in its management structure to support the company’s growth initiatives, naming Mike Lidiak VP sales, and Christian Stjern as its Safety Manager. In 2013 Scott Vietz was name product engineering manager. The reorganization is integral to Canyon Creek’s plans to expand sales, products and services and also reflects the company’s commitment to their customers.
“As our business grows, he will focus on manufacturing processes to drive continuous improvement in our plant to improve quality and efficiencies,” says Bill Weaver, president & CEO. “We will continue to add to our talent pool, all designed to make us a better company and give us the ability to excel in a changing world.
Canyon Creek Cabinet Company also moved into home storage, in 2009 introduceing itsCanyon Creek Closets Plus line of closet and storage products. In 2011, Canyon Creek launched Katana frameless cabinetry to provide high-quality, entry-level product for today’s price-competitive market.
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