Marion, Indiana - Advanced Cabinet Systems (ACS) has filled two positions in their Marion, IN facility. ACS hired David Fryman in August and Kyle Cain in November. The positions were filled due to a need for David and Kyle’s specific skill sets.

David Fryman was hired with the primary responsibilities of casework sales in Indiana and project management. Mr. Fryman has a degree from Indiana Wesleyan University in Biology and Psychology with a minor in general studies. He has two years of experience in sales and seven years of experience in project management. David is a part of multiple organizations including BMI, CSI, and IIDA.

Kyle Cain is a casework engineer with over ten years of engineering experience in the manufacturing industry. He has two degrees from Purdue University in Computer Integrated Manufacturing Technology and Mechanical Engineering Technology. Kyle has been on the United Way of Miami County’s Board of Directors, A Rube Goldberg Contest Team Member, and a SME Member.

“We’re proud to add such accomplished individuals to our team. Both David and Kyle’s background add to the ACS culture, and their expertise will help move our company forward,” says Whitney Pyle, Vice President.

To find out more about career opportunities at ACS, visit their Careers page on their website at


Advanced Cabinet Systems is located in Marion, Indiana and has been manufacturing casework products since 1983. Their facility practices LEAN manufacturing and has received AWI Premium Certification. Their retail fixture division specializes in custom store fixtures, floor plan layout, feature and focus displays, and cashwraps. The architectural casework division specializes in Division 12 casework and Division 6 millwork and solid surface fabrication. Advanced Cabinet Systems is a proud supporter of the Grant County Economic Growth Council. For more information on their product lines and company, visit or contact Marc Dunker at (765) 677-8000 or email [email protected].

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