Consolidated Graphics Names Richard A. Davis Executive Vice President - Purchasing
Press release from the issuing company
HOUSTON, Nov. 1 -- Consolidated Graphics, Inc. announced today that Richard (Ric) A. Davis, age 38, has joined the Company as Executive Vice President - Purchasing.
Following a distinguished tenure in the U.S. Army, where he attained the rank of Captain and was awarded the Bronze Star, Mr. Davis held progressively responsible senior management positions in procurement and supply chain management for Fortune 500 manufacturing and service entities. Most recently, he was Director, Strategic Sourcing - Corporate Procurement Department at Waste Management, Inc.
Mr. Davis holds a Bachelor of Arts, Economics degree from Vanderbilt University and a Masters in Business Administration, Finance from the University of Houston. He is also a Certified Production and Inventory Manager (ARICS/CPIM).
Commenting on the announcement, Joe R. Davis, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Consolidated Graphics, stated, "I am very pleased that Ric will be joining our Company in this strategically important position. His strong experience in procurement and supply chain management will be extremely valuable as we seek to achieve the power of scale that our leading position in the general commercial printing industry warrants. I am confident that Ric will make a strong contribution to our operating margins."
Also commenting on the announcement, Ric Davis stated, "I look forward to joining an industry leader in Consolidated Graphics and working with our company presidents and our suppliers to reduce our costs of procurement and improve the efficiency of our supply chain management."
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