Frontline Appoints Director of Manufacturing

Leading new product development falls under the individual's multiple responsibilities.

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Max Palazzo. Photo Courtesy of Frontline Int'l.

Frontline Int’l., a maker of smart cooking oil management solutions for foodservice kitchens, welcomes Max Palazzo as its new director of manufacturing.

In his role, Palazzo will oversee the entirety of the manufacturing process, including designing, implementing, and reviewing procedures and equipment, maximizing efficiencies, and innovating workflow. He also will serve as the final word on quality control.

He will be challenged to increase production capacity at the flagship manufacturing plant. Further, Palazzo is charged with structuring scalable training programs to both strengthen onboarding consistency and advance employee development. Further, leading new product development falls under Palazzo’s responsibilities.

Palazzo previously served as a product design engineer for Frontline, which was founded by his father. Prior to rejoining the family business, he spent six years at Proctor & Gamble, focused on product lifecycle management. Most recently, he served as technical engineer for P&G’s North American fabric care division.

“Throughout my career, I’ve been blessed with diverse responsibilities that touched every aspect of production. I’m excited to apply what I’ve learned to strengthen Frontline’s manufacturing and engineering operations,” Palazzo says. “By maximizing production capacity and capability, my aim is to help the company continue growth with existing and new customers.”



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