The Gilman Brothers Company Welcomes John Uliano as Director of Operations
GILMAN, Conn. - April 30, 2018 - The Gilman Brothers Company is very pleased to welcome John Uliano as its new director of operations. Uliano brings with him a strong manufacturing background with an emphasis on organizational lean implementation and sustainment. The directorship had been vacant for several months while the company patiently searched for the right individual to fill out its executive team and who shared management’s vision to eliminate waste while providing a superior product to its customers.
Uliano, who joined the company at the beginning of the new year, has been working with team members at all levels to review operational procedures and to align all functions to exceed customer expectations and deliver results. Expert in lean manufacturing and strategic goal deployment, Uliano is leading an enterprise-wide lean initiative to eliminate waste in all forms while achieving sustainable, scalable growth. Uliano’s strategy is to ensure a consistently high level of quality and production so that when non-standard orders come in, they fit seamlessly into the production schedule with all standard material.
“Our customers rely on us to deliver a high-quality product with consistency,” says Uliano. “Once this structure is in place, our customers can lean on us for abnormal requests, knowing that we can handle them.”
“John has extensive global manufacturing experience to drive excellence across all segments. His approach to operations utilizing a team building approach while driving accountability metrics is creating excitement inside the plant we haven't seen in a long time,” says Evan Gilman, president of The Gilman Brothers Company. “John is a key addition to our executive team. As we continue our strategic goal deployment initiatives for global expansion, it's never been a more exciting time to position my family’s company to another 120 years of growth.”
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