Roll-Kraft’s Steady Growth Continues with the Addition of 9 Team Members

Jeremy Boggs, Vice President of Continuous Improvement

Roll-Kraft, a manufacturer of roll tooling for tube and pipe and roll form companies, continues its growth with the addition of 9 team members to its Mentor, Ohio, headquarters facility and Houston, Texas, location.

We are pleased to announce the addition of the following team members:

Jeremy Boggs joins Roll-Kraft as the Vice President of Continuous Improvement. Jeremy will oversee areas of improvement for all of the Roll-Kraft locations, as well as integration of future acquisitions. He has extensive training in Lean Manufacturing and is certified in Six Sigma. His experience includes roles as Director CI/Lean and Supply Chain Management and Plant Operations Manager, which resulted in $750,000 in savings through standardization and streamlining production processes.

Levent Baykut will work closely with Jeremy Boggs as the Continuous Improvement Manager, focusing on first-time performance and on-time delivery, as well as cost reductions in all processes throughout the Roll-Kraft family of companies. He has held positions as Lead Engineer, Lean Transformation Project Leader, and instructor at the Fenn College of Engineering at Cleveland State University.

Darien Rampersad comes to Roll-Kraft as IT Manager. He holds an Associate’s Degree in Applied Business, IT Operations Systems, from Lakeland Community College, where he was on the dean’s list. He will guide the administration and implementation of Roll-Kraft’s data network and all IT systems within the company.

Production and other staff additions include:

Robert Mosakowski comes to Roll-Kraft in the position of NC Soft Machinist. He has extensive experience as a machinist and foreman/supervisor, as well as operating various types of lathes, mills, and grinders. He attended Mazak CNC Programming School and the U.S. Navy LMET (Leadership and Management Education and Training) school.

Daniel Hoppert joins the Maintenance team at Roll-Kraft. He attended the Technical Automotive Program through Mentor High School and holds certifications and training in Lincoln Electric welding, AWS Structural Steel. He also holds a Class B CDL.

Edwin Lukanc joins the Engine Lathe Department.    He is a graduate of the…

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