Alto-Shaam Fills New Role of VP of Manufacturing

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Henry Billingsley joins Alto-Shaam as vice president of manufacturing. Courtesy of Alto-Shaam.

Alto-Shaam has brought on Henry Billingsley to serve as vice president of manufacturing, a newly created role.

In this position, Billingsley will be responsible for planning, directing, coordinating and overseeing all manufacturing activities. He will also identify value and new opportunities for customers, as well as ensure operations meet the current and future needs of partners and customers.

Billingsley joins the manufacturer with more than 24 years of experience in manufacturing, quality, supply chain and engineering. He most recently worked as director of program management of manufacturing for Harley Davidson Motor Co.

“Henry is an experienced leader with proven success in driving operational excellence for globally competitive companies,” says Steve Maahs, Alto-Shaam president and COO, in a press release. “We are excited to welcome him to the Alto-Shaam family, as we advance our purpose of helping our customers succeed.”

With headquarters and manufacturing in Menomonee Falls, Wis., Alto-Shaam provides foodservice equipment solutions to customers in more than 90 countries.



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