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NIBCO Announces Promotions of Stanley and Smith to Vice Presidents

Jan. 9, 2024
Allen Stanley has been promoted to Vice President, fittings manufacturing and distribution, and Rudy Smith to Vice President, valve manufacturing.
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ELKHART, IN. — NIBCO INC. has announced the promotion of Allen Stanley to Vice President, fittings manufacturing and distribution, and Rudy Smith to Vice President, valve manufacturing. 

Both Stanley and Smith will report to Ashley Martin, President and COO, NIBCO. 

“Allen and Rudy have long careers with NIBCO and the knowledge and expertise that they both bring to these roles will be valuable for the success of our organization,” said Martin. “Join me in congratulating them on their well-deserved promotions.”

In this new role, Stanley has responsibility for the Stuarts Draft, Virginia manufacturing operations and the Demand Planning department, along with his current responsibilities for the U.S. distribution centers, world headquarters logistics, and all plastic manufacturing facilities. 

Stanley began his career in 1997 at NIBCO as administrative manager at the Atlanta Distribution Center. He held a variety of roles of increasing responsibility including Operations Manager at the Elkhart Distribution Center, Manager, Distribution and Transportation, and most recently, Director, Plastic Fittings Manufacturing and Distribution.

Stanley holds a bachelor’s degree in marketing from the University of West Georgia in Carrollton, Georgia. He also earned his master’s degree in marketing from Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia.

In his new role, Smith will have responsibility for NIBCO’s Blytheville, Arkansas, facility, along with the company’s Nacogdoches, Texas, McAllen, Texas, and Reynosa, Mexico facilities.

Smith began his career at NIBCO in 1996 in logistics at NIBCO’s world headquarters. Two years later, he was promoted and transferred as operations manager of NIBCO’s Nacogdoches facility. He held various roles from Production Superintendent, Plant Superintendent, Plant Manager, and most recently, Senior Plant Manager at Reynosa, prior to his new role. 

Smith holds a bachelor’s degree in management from Rice University, in Houston, Texas.

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