Flowserve Names Rockstroh as Corporate Officer
Flowserve Corp. announced this week that Jerry Rockstroh, currently vice president of supply chain, was named a corporate officer and will also assume the added responsibility of global vice president for the company's Continuous Improvement Process (CIP) program.
Rockstroh has been with Flowserve since February 2005 in his current position.
"Jerry will be accountable for delivering significant cost reductions in the approximate $1 billion supply chain-related annual spend through strategic sourcing, on-line auctions and productivity improvements across our global businesses," said Flowserve President and CEO Lewis Kling. "He also will be responsible for achieving the dual goals of driving internal productivity through our green belt and black belt CIP programs across all divisions and functions, as well as exceeding customer fulfillment expectations."
Rockstroh, 49, has more than 30 years of experience in operations, engineering, supply chain and CIP process management. He spent 22 years with AlliedSignal/Honeywell in various executive-level positions managing supply chain and CIP projects for its international divisions, including operations in Asia, Europe and Latin America. He holds a Master of Science degree from Arizona State University and a Bachelor of Arts degree from San Diego State University.
Source: Flowserve Corporation