Tubelite Inc. has promoted Craig Tyson to director of operations for Reed City, Mich., and Steve Jaskolski to director of operations for Walker, Mich.

“Craig, Steve and their teams have implemented a culture of safety, our number one priority at Tubelite,” says Amy Cole, Tubelite’s president. “They have improved our processes for equipment maintenance, in-line

Craig Tyson
Craig Tyson

inspections and inventory accuracy, as well as our training for new employees and our on time and complete shipments. All of these accomplishments have contributed to our continued accountability, outstanding productivity and a more positive customer experience.”

Tyson joined Tubelite in August 2014 with more than 20 years of management experience. Most recently, he worked as operations manager at Chandler Industries, an international contract manufacturer of precision metal components with headquarters in Minnesota. Prior to this, he worked as a maintenance manager for TRW Automotive, a Michigan-based safety systems developer and producer for worldwide vehicle manufacturers, and for Delphi Automotive PLC, a global technology company for automotive and commercial vehicle markets.

Steve Jaskolski
Steve Jaskolski

Jaskolski has more than 20 years of experience in operations, sales management and customer service. His new responsibilities at Tubelite include materials management in Walker and further improvements in Tubelite’s Dallas facility. As part of this transition, Dallas-based plant manager Marty Bergey and his team now report to Jaskolski.

Prior to joining Tubelite in October 2014, Jaskolski managed Sunrise Windows Ltd.’s plant in Temperance, Mich. Previously, he worked in management for ten years at Larson-Juhl, a Georgia-based manufacturer of custom picture framing.