TableCraft’s Davis Names Burnside As Successor

TableCraft Products Co. has announced that on Jan.1, 2011, David Burnside will assume the presidency of the 64-year-old firm. The promotion was announced by current president and company owner Glenn Davis, who will move into the role of CEO and chairman of the board. Davis joined TableCraft in 1974, and became president in ’97. He grew the Gurnee, Ill., smallwares manufacturer through more than 36 years of innovation and new products.

Burnside started his foodservice sales career at San Jamar in ’89. He began his first tour with TableCraft in ’93; Burnside rose to v.p-sales before leaving the industry briefly in ’02. He was v.p.-sales at American Metalcraft from 2003-’07, before returning to TableCraft as executive v.p. As president, Burnside will oversee the launch of new products and possible expansion into international markets.

- Advertisement -

- Advertisement -

- Advertisement -

TRENDING NOW

RELATED CONTENT

Chicago Closes Indoor Dining, Toronto Extends Outdoor Season

Two major North American cities are finding that outdoor dining may be here for a while.

Read More...

No-Deal Brexit Would Be ‘Disastrous’ Say UK Manufacturers

Foodservice Equipment Association co-signs letter demanding governments work out an agreement,

Read More...

Germany’s Blanco Professional Welcome New CEO and Sales Lead

The company also will bring in a new sales director for its catering unit.

Read More...