Motion Industries names divisional vice president

By |  October 17, 2017


Motion Industries named Stacy Lenard as the vice president and general manager of the company’s Dallas division.

In this position, Lenard will oversee the sales and operations of 15 branches in the Dallas area, focusing on sales growth and strategic management.

According to Motion Industries, Lenard began his career with the company in 1989. He’s held a number of positions with the company, including sales trainee, outside sales, specialist, branch manager and his most recent role as corporate accounts manager.

“Stacy comes to this position with a wide range of diverse experience both in corporate accounts and branch operations,” says Richard Burmester, senior vice president and group executive for the Southwest. “He will certainly be able to utilize his knowledge to maximize our customer service level and continue to improve our branch operations. We are pleased to have Stacy in this new role.”

Motion Industries is an industrial parts distributor of bearings, mechanical power transmission, electric and industrial automation, hydraulic and industrial hose, hydraulic and pneumatic components, industrial products, safety products and material handling.

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