LAKE GENEVA, Wis.—Steven A. Dyer has been appointed president and CEO of Trostel Ltd., the company announced today.
Dyer most recently served as president and CEO of Dickten Masch Plastics, part of his 20 years of leadership experience. Dickten Masch grew from a regional molder with $47 million in annual revenue to a plastics industry leader with operations in four states and overseas and annual revenues of $175 million, according to Trostel.
"Steve is a proven leader, and I'm confident in his ability to drive the growth and operational excellence that is critical to success in today's manufacturing environment," said Trostel Chairman J. Douglas Gray.
Trostel manufactures custom seals, precision molded rubber products and custom rubber compounds for North American and European markets. The company operates a research and development center at its headquarters in Lake Genevaand has facilities in Whitewater, Wis.; McAllen, Texas; and Reynosa, Mexico. The company is renovating its headquarters to increase efficiencies, reduce energy use and accommodate the latest in technical equipment, and its Whitewater facility is expanding with an addition of 10,000 square feet of storage capacity.
Dyer earned a bachelor's and master's degree from Eastern Kentucky University.