Aug 27, 2020, 09:02 AM by Keith Walker

Airxcel, Inc. has appointed Marc Brunner VP of operations and engineering for its DicorMark Brunner Products, United Shade and Vixen Composite brands and respective Elkhart, Indiana facilities. Anthony Wollschlager, division president, made the announcement.

In this newly created position, Brunner is responsible for operations, purchasing and engineering as well as executing specific global initiatives supporting Airxcel's growth strategy. Overseeing two senior employees and a soon-to-be-added engineering manager, he reports directly to Wollschlager.

Brunner was most recently director of operations at Diedrich Drill where he led operations and supply chain management across a multiple-shift business. Prior, Brunner was the operations/continuous improvement and materials manager for McCormick & Company at its South Bend, Indiana location.

"Marc has an impressive track record," said Wollschlager. "We're pleased he joined our Airxcel Elkhart team and look forward to seeing him progress and implement strategies that uphold our product expertise and commitment to our partners."

"I'm excited to be a part of such high quality and professional organizations as Dicor Products, United Shade and Vixen," said Brunner. "I look forward to joining the team and helping the company grow."

Brunner is a graduate of the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York where he attained a B.S. in Systems Engineering. He completed his MBA at Bethel College located in Mishawaka, Indiana


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