NFPA member news is designed to inform members of key industry updates in quick, bite-sized posts that provide only the most important information. This week’s update comes from Kraft Fluid Systems.
Kraft Fluid Systems recently announced the promotion of Scott Durand to president and Melissa Book to chief financial officer.
Durand joined Kraft in 2001 and has served in sales and marketing leadership since 2008. He holds an MBA from Baldwin Wallace University and has been involved in a number of industry organizations during his time at Kraft.
Book joined Kraft in 2015 and was the company’s treasurer and controller before the promotion to chief financial officer. She holds an MBA from Tiffin University and spent 10 years as a CPA and auditor before joining Kraft.
Read the full release here.
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