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Hubbard-Hall Promotes Two Employees

Hubbard-Hall Inc. has promoted Jeffrey Davis to senior vice president of business development and distribution, as well as Carter Burningham to the newly created position of director of supply chain.

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Hubbard-Hall Inc. has promoted Jeffrey Davis to senior vice president of business development and distribution, as well as Carter Burningham to the newly created position of director of supply chain.

Jeff Davis

Jeff Davis

In his new role, Mr. Davis will direct the business development and sales efforts in the northeast, overseeing a territory from Maine to Maryland, and west to Pennsylvania.

Mr. Davis joined Hubbard-Hall in 1983 as a sales trainee and has held multiple leadership positions over his career, becoming an officer of the company in 1999.

Mr. Davis will also head up the company’s strategic initiative for solvent cleaning in critical applications.

Mr. Burningham joined the company in 2019 as a director of procurement.  His new role reflects the additional responsibility for customer excellence in addition to managing purchasing, vendor relations and logistics. 

Mr. Burningham’s prior experience working as a procurement manager at

Carter Burningham

Carter Burningham 

Henkel and Sun Products provided him with deep experience in creating sourcing strategies and managing cross functional teams.

Mr. Burningham believes that the company’s long-term strategy is leveraging digital tools to help understand customer needs, internal processes and improve customer and employee engagement.

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