Fox Factory Holding Corp.’s board of directors has reorganized the company’s executive management team.
- Mario Galasso has been promoted to President, a newly created position. Mr. Galasso had previously been serving as Senior Vice President — Business Divisions. The promotion reflects Mr. Galasso's expanding responsibilities in support of the Company's future growth.
- John Boulton has been promoted to serve as head of the newly created department of Strategic Business Development as its Senior Vice President. Mr. Boulton previously served as the Company's Senior Vice President — Global Operations.
- Bill Katherman has been promoted to Senior Vice President — Global Operations, the position previously held by Mr. Boulton. Mr. Katherman's prior position at FOX was Vice President — Supply Chain. In addition to his current responsibilities for supply chain management as well as managing the operations at the Company's Watsonville and Taiwan facilities, Mr. Katherman will now manage the Company's Quality Engineering, Machining Operations and Business Process Engineering teams.
- John Blocher has been promoted from Corporate Controller to Vice President & Corporate Controller, reflecting his expanded responsibilities following the Company's listing as a publicly traded company. Mr. Blocher will continue to report directly to Zvi Glasman, Chief Financial Officer.
“We are now six months into operating our business as a public company and our team continues to make great progress on our key initiatives,” said CEO Larry Enterline. “John Boulton and Bill Katherman deserve a lot of the credit for helping us successfully execute our margin improvement initiatives. By realigning our key management personnel, we will streamline our operations and position ourselves to better support our expanding business. I also want to thank the entire FOX team for their hard work and contributions to our success.”
Headquartered in Scotts Valley, CA, FOX designs and manufactures high-performance suspension products primarily for mountain bikes, side-by-side vehicles, on-road and off-road vehicles and trucks, all-terrain vehicles, snowmobiles, specialty vehicles and applications, and motorcycles.