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Staff changes at MFG Chemical

March 4, 2019  By MFG Chemical (edited)

Specialty and custom chemical manufacturer MFG Chemical is expanding its supply chain staff.

Melanie West has been promoted to Director, Supply Chain, a new position at MFG Chemical. Previously, Melanie served as MFG Chemical Manager, Materials & Scheduling. In Melanie’s new capacity, she will be responsible for the continuous integration and coordination of material handling, scheduling, sourcing and customer service. Melanie earned her degree in Management Information Systems from Dalton State College. She will report directly to Barry Lassiter, VP Operations.

According to Melanie, “MFG Chemical is growing, and I’m excited to be taking on these new responsibilities to help manage the growth. We have a well-integrated supply chain monitoring system under ERP and our 2019 initiatives include utilization of its Material Requirements Planning (MRP) system. The addition of key staff, like Kim Curtis, Manager, Customer Service, will also make a big difference.”


Kim Curtis joins MFG Chemical with over 20 years of US and international customer service and logistics experience in the flooring and hospitality industries. Kim, along with her team, will focus on all aspects of domestic and international customer orders.

Kim earned her degree in Organizational Management from Bryan College in Dayton, TN. Upon joining MFG Chemical Kim commented, “I look forward to helping customers throughout the US and internationally. I share MFG’s commitment to deliver the best and most consistent quality in specialty and custom chemical products in the safest and most timely way.”

Barry Lassiter, VP Operations declared, “We’re happy to have an experienced MFG manager like Melanie West promoted to director, supply chain. We also welcome Kim Curtis, whose US and international customer service experience will be of great help. Both Melanie and Kim will do an excellent job of managing all aspects of the supply chain to the full benefit of our customers.”

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