Stoughton Hires Two for Key Executive Posts

New executives Sanders (left) and Vanderbilt (Stoughtoun Trailers)

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Stoughton Trailers announced two executive appointments, naming Sue Vanderbilt chief financial officer and Jeremy Sanders chief commercial officer.

Most recently, Vanderbilt served as vice president of business integration at Global Products Inc., and previously worked at Cummins Inc.

She brings 25 years of experience in plant startups, mergers and acquisitions, enterprise resource planning software implementations, plant improvement projects and lean manufacturing oversight, the Stoughton, Wis.-based company said.


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Sanders was most recently vice president of group sales for the Turf and Consumer Products division at Briggs & Stratton. His expertise includes sales, operations, inventory, demand planning, merchandising, marketing, and retail and dealer sales.

“Stoughton Trailers is excited to welcome these two proven executives to our team,” CEO Bob Wahlin said. “They bring a wealth of experience and fresh insight to further enhance our company’s financial management, sales and marketing efforts.”

Stoughton designs, manufactures and markets a wide range of dependable semi-truck trailers used for over-the-road trucking, as well as agricultural trailers and other specialty transportation equipment. — Transport Topics

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