All Weather Insulated Panels Names Bjoern Meyer Vice President of Operations

March 28, 2024 0Comment

All Weather Insulated Panels has named Bjoern Meyer its new Vice President of Operations. Meyer’s new role comes after working as a plant manager for over two years and then as AWIP’s Director of Manufacturing for the last year.

He is responsible for overseeing AWIP’s three continuous line production facilities across the country, in addition to a leadership role in AWIP’s technical department and equipment improvements as well as the company’s divisional quality group and division chemical group.

Based in Little Rock, Ark., Meyer’s primary initiative is to ensure that AWIP’s three facilities continue to be aligned through standardization of process and communication. According to Meyer, it’s this initiative that is a key aspect toward achieving customer satisfaction.

“Our clear mission and goal at AWIP is to ensure that customer satisfaction remains the top priority through standardized and sustainable operations,” said Meyer. “Our customers should experience the same manufacturing quality from our Vacaville facility that they would in Little Rock or East Stroudsburg. I’m excited to begin my new role at AWIP to both continue, and improve, these initiatives.”

Meyer is also focused on continuing to implement Planet Passionate—AWIP’s 10-year sustainability program dedicated to driving energy and carbon out of its business operations and supply chain—initiatives across all three of AWIP’s production facilities through waste reduction and landfill diversion programs, maximizing production efficiencies and electrification of facilities, among many other onsite projects.

Prior to AWIP, Meyer spent over 10 years across numerous roles at a leading manufacturer in the automotive industry—most recently working as Vice President of Operations Americas where he led operations for several facilities with approximately 1,000 employees. Meyer brings his experience in the auto manufacturing industry and has implemented those principles at AWIP to enhance not only the quality and sustainability of the company’s processes, but its entire organizational structure.

“I think it’s noteworthy that Bjoern’s insights and ideas have impacted AWIP’s manufacturing operations, but also how Bjoern’s experience has helped other leaders and departments create standards that enable us to be as efficient as possible, said Charles Schafer, AWIP Director, Marketing & Sustainability. “We’re excited to elevate Bjoern into his new role and look forward to his continued innovation.”

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