Katy Spring is Pleased to Announce the Promotion of Carl Slack to Shop Supervisor

Mr. Slack served as Katy Spring’s Production Control Coordinator, playing a vital role in further improving Katy Spring’s well-respected quality and on-time delivery reputations.

Katy, TX, November 01, 2017 –(PR.com)– Katy Spring is pleased to announce the promotion of Carl Slack to Shop Supervisor. The Shop Supervisor position was created to enhance one of Katy Spring’s key customer service departments; Production Control.

Mr. Slack served as Katy Spring’s Production Control Coordinator, playing a vital role in further improving Katy Spring’s well-respected quality and on-time delivery reputations.

“Promoting from within our organization is very motivational to Katy Spring employees. It’s a long-time philosophy that we believe serves our customers and our employees well.” – James West – President.

“Our customers require rapid response from all departments at Katy Spring, especially Katy Spring Production. Carl, has been, and will continue to be, a key component in providing our customers with the highest level of customer service.” – Jason West – General Manager.

Throughout his career with Katy Spring, Carl Slack has eagerly taken on new projects with positive results. Recently, Mr. Slack was successful in implementing Katy Spring’s software system which plays an important part in accurately quoting lead times and order-expedite requests.

About Katy Spring & Mfg., Inc.
Katy Spring & Mfg., Inc. is an ISO-Certified, custom spring manufacturer, wire forming and metal-components-company.

The emphasis and company philosophy is built on offering outstanding customer service.

Katy Spring is a full-service manufacturer that can assist with compression springs, extension springs, torsion springs, flat springs and wire forms in an endless variety of shapes, sizes, and material types.

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