Sterling Heights, Michigan-based GroupeSTAHL, the parent company of STAHLS’, which specializes in the development, manufacture, and distribution of heat printing technologies, announces multiple changes in company leadership. The appointments include four major shifts to leadership positions.
Carleen Gray assumes the role of commercial sales and marketing for GroupeSTAHL. Under Gray’s leadership, the GroupeSTAHL sales team maintains a focus on growth in major league sports and colleges, and development and expansion of STAHLS' apparel manufacturing divisions. Gray is also responsible for growth of e-commerce retail sectors. In addition to her new roles, Gray will continue to serve as GroupeSTAHL vice president of marketing and chief marketing officer.
Jason Ziga is appointed vice president of screen-print transfer technology. As general manager of STAHLS’ Transfer Express, Ziga helped the company maximize production efficiency and resource management. In his new role, Ziga will continue to manage Transfer Express and simultaneously develop and organize all of GroupeSTAHLS’ transfer manufacturing technology capabilities in North America.
Jennifer Joseph is named vice president of U.S. regional sales. In this position, Joseph oversees all regional managers and outside sales representatives in STAHLS’ regional service and distribution centers. Joseph comes to the role with extensive experience at STAHLS’ including roles in sales, financial, and inventory support positions.
Greg Peirce is appointed to chief technology officer. Peirce is responsible for consolidating GroupeSTAHL North American IT operations. Peirce brings nearly 20 years of experience to the role, including efforts to usher numerous GroupeSTAHL global business units into the digital age.