Consolidated Glass Holdings has named its new CEO
Consolidated Glass Holdings’ new chief executive officer is Jeremy Davis, who is taking over from Norm Plotkin who will continue to lead the company’s board of directors.
Consolidated Glass Holdings (CGH) has named Jeremy Davis as the company’s chief executive officer. Norm Plotkin will continue as, supporting the company and leading its board of directors.
Davis brings more than 20 years of experience leading multi-site operations in complex, high-tech manufacturing settings. Davis joins CGH after being president of multiple divisions at Danaher Corp.
“I’m excited to be joining CGH and look forward to leading the business to take advantage of its full long-term potential,” Davis said. “Consolidated Glass Holdings is a market leader with excellent companies that have outstanding reputations in the industry. I am delighted to have the opportunity to work with the CGH management team, employees, suppliers, and most importantly our customer base, as we continue to provide them with high-performance and superior-quality products.
Davis holds a Master of Business Administration from Case Western Reserve University and graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering.
“I look forward to working with Jeremy as he brings his experience and expertise into leading CGH,” said Plotkin. “Jeremy brings a high level of operational, sales and business development experience that will enable him to drive further growth and improvement for CGH.”