RIPON, Wis. — Alliance Laundry Systems LLC has promoted Michael D. Schoeb to chief executive officer. All executive staff will report to Schoeb in his combined role as president and CEO.
Thomas F. L’Esperance will become vice chairman of the board of directors of parent company ALH Holding Inc. L’Esperance joined Alliance in 1996, having previously served as president of Amana Home Appliances and Caloric Corp. and as a senior executive of Raytheon Co. He will continue to serve as a director and will maintain his office here.
Schoeb became president and chief operating officer of Alliance in 2007. Prior to joining Alliance, he served as president and chief operating officer of Wausau Homes, Wausau, Wis.
“Since joining the company, Mike has been preparing for this leadership role,” says L’Esperance. “I look forward to continuing to work closely together to grow the business. We fully expect the transition will be seamless for our employees, suppliers and customers.”
“Alliance will continue to pursue the strategic priorities established during the past three years,” says Schoeb. “We will strengthen our leadership position in North America by accelerating Customer One and product development, drive rapid growth internationally, and continue our operational excellence initiatives in manufacturing and in customer delivery.”
The company’s products are sold under the brand names Speed Queen, UniMac, Huebsch, Cissell and IPSO.
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