Dallas — DAVACO, Inc., the North American leader of high-volume programs for retail, restaurant and hospitality brands, has hired Keith Winters to join its senior management team as chief operating officer.
In this role, Winters is responsible for developing and implementing overall business strategies, plans and procedures, as well as overseeing business operations including the management of retail, restaurant and hospitality divisions, sales and marketing, and technology. He reports to Rick Davis, founder/CEO.
“We are pleased to announce the appointment of Keith Winters as COO,” says Davis, founder/CEO. “Keith’s vision and focus on strategic business development, customer service and technology align well with DAVACO’s long term business goals and culture to offer the best speed to market solutions for global brands. With over 30 years of experience and operational expertise around the world, in-depth knowledge of consolidation and logistics and an appreciation for reliability and brand consistency, we know Keith will add significant value to DAVACO and our clients.”
Keith was previously COO at Crane Worldwide Logistics, where he oversaw all corporate, field, finance, risk management, real estate, legal and compliance operations.
Dallas-based DAVACO is the leading total solutions provider of high-volume remodel, reset and rollout programs for retail, restaurant and hospitality brands throughout North America, including: program and project management; fixture, equipment and graphic installations; digital signage and technology upgrades; hard and soft-line merchandising; site, marketing and pre-construction surveys; logistics and consolidation; design coordination; facilities maintenance programs; ADA, safety and quality audits & remediation; sustainability; fixture and graphic manufacturing partnerships; and special initiatives.
In 2017, DAVACO merged with Crane Worldwide Logistics, a premier global provider of customized logistics solutions with an established worldwide footprint of over 100 offices in 25 countries.
SOURCE: DAVACO, Inc.