Bristol, CT and Grand Falls, New Brunswick, Canada – July 7, 2021
Enflo LLC, a Connecticut based manufacturer of PTFE basic shapes with facilities in Bristol, CT and Grand Falls, New Brunswick, Canada, announces the promotion of Steve Rood to President.
Reporting to the CEO, Mr. Rood will be primarily responsible for implementing the Company’s strategic initiatives and ensuring Enflo meets its financial performance objectives. Key among his duties will be inspiring and motivating employees to maximize individual and company performance and success. Steve will provide leadership to all facets of the organization and will oversee day to day business operations, ensuring accountability to Enflo’s stakeholders. In addition, Steve will support the development of strategies that align with the Company’s goals.
“Steve has proven to be an extraordinary leader in his year and a half with Enflo” said Mark Lamoureaux, Enflo’s CEO. “We knew going in that Steve’s vast experience and background in LEAN would drive us forward operationally. His ability to identify opportunities in process improvements across the company have greatly enhanced our ability to support the growth we are seeing in the business”.
Prior to joining Enflo, Steve was the Chief Operating Officer for Light Metals Coloring, a large anodizing job shop with 90 employees located in Southington, CT. Previous to that role, Steve’s experience included Assistant Plant Manager with Carter Wallace, Inc. and Director of Manufacturing Operations with Lapointe Industries.
Steve has a BSME from the University of Connecticut – School of Engineering.
Enflo LLC is one of the largest, privately owned manufacturers of Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) in North America. Founded in 1954, Enflo is a PTFE specialized solution provider with proven expertise in manufacturing Virgin, Reprocessed and Filled (Enflon®) PTFE basic shapes. Enflo manufactures PTFE molded sheets, skived sheets, tape, extruded rod and tubing, molded cylinders and rod in standard and custom sizes using PTFE resins and fill materials to fit customers’ needs.