Keziah Promoted to President at Crypton
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BLOOMFIELD, MI—Lance Keziah has been promoted to president of Crypton, Inc.
According to the company, Keziah, who started with Crypton in 2005, has been primarily focused on the company’s development of licensed mills, distributors, new product development and growing Crypton business in non-traditional markets. He also has led the sales efforts under Craig Rubin, co-chairman of Crypton.
“Lance’s enthusiasm, hard work, inventiveness and vision truly personifies the spirit of Crypton,” said Randy Rubin, co-chairman of Crypton, in a statement. “Our business is rapidly expanding, both internationally and in new product segments. As we have continued to grow our company, Lance has been a tremendous mentor to our team. He has been a leader in so many ways that this promotion is well earned and a reflection of his true role at Crypton.”
“Luckily for us, he brings a wealth of experience and success in the automotive industry, where we also are seeing amazing growth potential for Crypton Fabric and cleaning products. He is able to get things moving faster and more effectively for the team,” added Craig Rubin in a statement.
“I am truly honored by this promotion and look forward to building upon the great company that Craig and Randy Rubin have created and grown the past 20 years,” Keziah said in a statement. “We are very fortunate to have many great people in our company, and I know that our best days lie ahead.”
Prior to joining Crypton, Keziah was affiliated with Collins & Aikman where he held multiple positions within the company, focusing on the automotive sector. He obtained his undergraduate degree from Lenoir-Rhynne University with a BA in business administration with a concentration on international marketing.
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