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by:Rocket PCB     2019-10-14
WATERLOO —
It\'s hard to find an executive with a more extensive resume than Steve Malinowski.
He has worked in the automotive industry, wire and cable, Mower and snow blower, printed circuit boards, pig slaughtering and frozen food industries.
Now he can add carpet and floor to the mixture.
Malinowski has just finished his first full week as President and CEO of the Krauss group, Waterloo-
The company that operates Kraus carpets and strdex fibers.
\"Every business has different aspects and nuances, but no matter where you go, running a good business is the same,\" said Malinowski . \" He claimed to be an expert in turnover.
The Kraus Group, founded by Romanian immigrant Michael Kraus in kidina in 1959, has faced difficult times in recent years.
Global recession and housing crisis in the United StatesS.
The company was heavily indebted, prompting the founding Claus family to withdraw from ownership in 2012. Hilco UK Ltd.
A British private equity firm specializing in restructuring bad businesses purchased $0. 13 billion of the company\'s debt from three secured lenders and then incorporated Kraus into bankruptcy management until it was able to acquire
The company\'s huge trade union workers, 850,000-square-
The foot factory at Northfield Avenue and Conestoga Road in Waterloo also agreed to make concessions to help Klaus through the crisis.
According to Malinowski, Klaus has turned over and is on his way to prosperity.
\"The people at Hilco are really great.
They made a lot of investment in the industry.
We have a good factory.
I look forward to the future, \"said Malinowski, who started his new job in March 5.
In addition, the housing and construction market, which has a huge impact on the carpet and flooring industry, is \"fairly stable\" in Canada and begins to pick up again in the USS. , he said.
The Krauss Group has approximately 350 employees in Waterloo, producing carpets and fibers for the commercial and residential markets.
It also owns a smaller carpet factory in Queensland, Australia, and sells and distributes business in the United StatesS.
Elsewhere in Canada
The company also sells flooring products, employing nearly 700 employees in total.
With about 10,000 customers, the company is one of the largest flooring manufacturers and distributors in North America.
Its founder, Michael Claus, is an eccentric businessman who seems to have spent almost as much time as managing flooring companies and other business affairs leading the state Department of his beloved New Apostolic Church, apartment included-
Construction and land development.
Once, the General Office of the church was located in the Claus factory, where Claus helped fund the construction of the New Apostolic Church on Margaret Street in kidina.
Klaus died on 2003 at the age of 95.
Malinowski, an orshava, was familiar with the Waterloo area before he took on his new role.
He studied engineering at the University of Waterloo and then business at the University of Wilfried Laurier, who lived in the area for about 15 years until professional needs brought him elsewhere in 2002.
\"In many ways, it\'s really the feeling of going home.
It was a very exciting feeling for my wife and I, \"living in Oakville, but buying a house in the Waterloo area, planning to move here next month.
His last job was president and chief executive of Janes Family Foods, a Mississauga Shara company specializing in frozen foods such as chicken nuggets.
He said that when he started working at Janes, the company had just opened a new flagship factory but was losing money to keep up with orders and had to cancel an important new product.
Malinowski said that within a year, the situation has stabilized, the factory is running normally, and the company is winning the prize.
\"Inevitably, I will end up working in some companies that have logistics, operations or manufacturing --Type challenge.
I spent most of my time getting the company back on track.
\"After six years at Janes, he left last fall and started looking for new opportunities after being acquired by Toronto\'s Sofina Foods.
Early in his career, he ran a live pig slaughterhouse in Winnipeg, one of the largest in North America. Built by J. M.
Malinowski said Schneider of Kitchener started the acquisition at Maple Leaf Foods.
He took over Kraus\'s chief executive from Mike Wagner, the company\'s longtime head of operations, and has served as acting CEO while Kraus was looking for a new boss.
Malinovsky\'s appointment \"will help strengthen Krauss\'s team and be a vote of confidence in the executives we can ensure Steve proves his blood on the Krauss board,\" Paul McGowan, the chairman of the Krauss group said in a statement.
Malinowski says he prefers to spend some time getting to know the company before making any major changes. \"I\'m not a knee-
A bit of a jerk manager.
I would rather immerse myself in the business, meet all the people, meet all the customers, and try to figure out where we stand and then develop a strategy.
During his first week in office, malinowski said he was walking around, shaking hands with every worker on all three shifts at the Waterloo plant, and was impressed to learn that many people had been in the company for 20 or 30 years.
For years, he says, Claus has been a highly respected name in the carpet and flooring industry.
Through his efforts, he hopes to lead the company on another road to success.
\"It has been a difficult road for at least the last few years.
My goal is to return it (Kraus)
Like its previous glory.
\"Chowitt @ therecord. comWATERLOO —
It\'s hard to find an executive with a more extensive resume than Steve Malinowski.
He has worked in the automotive industry, wire and cable, Mower and snow blower, printed circuit boards, pig slaughtering and frozen food industries.
Now he can add carpet and floor to the mixture.
Malinowski has just finished his first full week as President and CEO of the Krauss group, Waterloo-
The company that operates Kraus carpets and strdex fibers.
\"Every business has different aspects and nuances, but no matter where you go, running a good business is the same,\" said Malinowski . \" He claimed to be an expert in turnover.
The Kraus Group, founded by Romanian immigrant Michael Kraus in kidina in 1959, has faced difficult times in recent years.
Global recession and housing crisis in the United StatesS.
The company was heavily indebted, prompting the founding Claus family to withdraw from ownership in 2012. Hilco UK Ltd.
A British private equity firm specializing in restructuring bad businesses purchased $0. 13 billion of the company\'s debt from three secured lenders and then incorporated Kraus into bankruptcy management until it was able to acquire
The company\'s huge trade union workers, 850,000-square-
The foot factory at Northfield Avenue and Conestoga Road in Waterloo also agreed to make concessions to help Klaus through the crisis.
According to Malinowski, Klaus has turned over and is on his way to prosperity.
\"The people at Hilco are really great.
They made a lot of investment in the industry.
We have a good factory.
I look forward to the future, \"said Malinowski, who started his new job in March 5.
In addition, the housing and construction market, which has a huge impact on the carpet and flooring industry, is \"fairly stable\" in Canada and begins to pick up again in the USS. , he said.
The Krauss Group has approximately 350 employees in Waterloo, producing carpets and fibers for the commercial and residential markets.
It also owns a smaller carpet factory in Queensland, Australia, and sells and distributes business in the United StatesS.
Elsewhere in Canada
The company also sells flooring products, employing nearly 700 employees in total.
With about 10,000 customers, the company is one of the largest flooring manufacturers and distributors in North America.
Its founder, Michael Claus, is an eccentric businessman who seems to have spent almost as much time as managing flooring companies and other business affairs leading the state Department of his beloved New Apostolic Church, apartment included-
Construction and land development.
Once, the General Office of the church was located in the Claus factory, where Claus helped fund the construction of the New Apostolic Church on Margaret Street in kidina.
Klaus died on 2003 at the age of 95.
Malinowski, an orshava, was familiar with the Waterloo area before he took on his new role.
He studied engineering at the University of Waterloo and then business at the University of Wilfried Laurier, who lived in the area for about 15 years until professional needs brought him elsewhere in 2002.
\"In many ways, it\'s really the feeling of going home.
It was a very exciting feeling for my wife and I, \"living in Oakville, but buying a house in the Waterloo area, planning to move here next month.
His last job was president and chief executive of Janes Family Foods, a Mississauga Shara company specializing in frozen foods such as chicken nuggets.
He said that when he started working at Janes, the company had just opened a new flagship factory but was losing money to keep up with orders and had to cancel an important new product.
Malinowski said that within a year, the situation has stabilized, the factory is running normally, and the company is winning the prize.
\"Inevitably, I will end up working in some companies that have logistics, operations or manufacturing --Type challenge.
I spent most of my time getting the company back on track.
\"After six years at Janes, he left last fall and started looking for new opportunities after being acquired by Toronto\'s Sofina Foods.
Early in his career, he ran a live pig slaughterhouse in Winnipeg, one of the largest in North America. Built by J. M.
Malinowski said Schneider of Kitchener started the acquisition at Maple Leaf Foods.
He took over Kraus\'s chief executive from Mike Wagner, the company\'s longtime head of operations, and has served as acting CEO while Kraus was looking for a new boss.
Malinovsky\'s appointment \"will help strengthen Krauss\'s team and be a vote of confidence in the executives we can ensure Steve proves his blood on the Krauss board,\" Paul McGowan, the chairman of the Krauss group said in a statement.
Malinowski says he prefers to spend some time getting to know the company before making any major changes. \"I\'m not a knee-
A bit of a jerk manager.
I would rather immerse myself in the business, meet all the people, meet all the customers, and try to figure out where we stand and then develop a strategy.
During his first week in office, malinowski said he was walking around, shaking hands with every worker on all three shifts at the Waterloo plant, and was impressed to learn that many people had been in the company for 20 or 30 years.
For years, he says, Claus has been a highly respected name in the carpet and flooring industry.
Through his efforts, he hopes to lead the company on another road to success.
\"It has been a difficult road for at least the last few years.
My goal is to return it (Kraus)
Like its previous glory.
\"Chowitt @ therecord. comWATERLOO —
It\'s hard to find an executive with a more extensive resume than Steve Malinowski.
He has worked in the automotive industry, wire and cable, Mower and snow blower, printed circuit boards, pig slaughtering and frozen food industries.
Now he can add carpet and floor to the mixture.
Malinowski has just finished his first full week as President and CEO of the Krauss group, Waterloo-
The company that operates Kraus carpets and strdex fibers.
\"Every business has different aspects and nuances, but no matter where you go, running a good business is the same,\" said Malinowski . \" He claimed to be an expert in turnover.
The Kraus Group, founded by Romanian immigrant Michael Kraus in kidina in 1959, has faced difficult times in recent years.
Global recession and housing crisis in the United StatesS.
The company was heavily indebted, prompting the founding Claus family to withdraw from ownership in 2012. Hilco UK Ltd.
A British private equity firm specializing in restructuring bad businesses purchased $0. 13 billion of the company\'s debt from three secured lenders and then incorporated Kraus into bankruptcy management until it was able to acquire
The company\'s huge trade union workers, 850,000-square-
The foot factory at Northfield Avenue and Conestoga Road in Waterloo also agreed to make concessions to help Klaus through the crisis.
According to Malinowski, Klaus has turned over and is on his way to prosperity.
\"The people at Hilco are really great.
They made a lot of investment in the industry.
We have a good factory.
I look forward to the future, \"said Malinowski, who started his new job in March 5.
In addition, the housing and construction market, which has a huge impact on the carpet and flooring industry, is \"fairly stable\" in Canada and begins to pick up again in the USS. , he said.
The Krauss Group has approximately 350 employees in Waterloo, producing carpets and fibers for the commercial and residential markets.
It also owns a smaller carpet factory in Queensland, Australia, and sells and distributes business in the United StatesS.
Elsewhere in Canada
The company also sells flooring products, employing nearly 700 employees in total.
With about 10,000 customers, the company is one of the largest flooring manufacturers and distributors in North America.
Its founder, Michael Claus, is an eccentric businessman who seems to have spent almost as much time as managing flooring companies and other business affairs leading the state Department of his beloved New Apostolic Church, apartment included-
Construction and land development.
Once, the General Office of the church was located in the Claus factory, where Claus helped fund the construction of the New Apostolic Church on Margaret Street in kidina.
Klaus died on 2003 at the age of 95.
Malinowski, an orshava, was familiar with the Waterloo area before he took on his new role.
He studied engineering at the University of Waterloo and then business at the University of Wilfried Laurier, who lived in the area for about 15 years until professional needs brought him elsewhere in 2002.
\"In many ways, it\'s really the feeling of going home.
It was a very exciting feeling for my wife and I, \"living in Oakville, but buying a house in the Waterloo area, planning to move here next month.
His last job was president and chief executive of Janes Family Foods, a Mississauga Shara company specializing in frozen foods such as chicken nuggets.
He said that when he started working at Janes, the company had just opened a new flagship factory but was losing money to keep up with orders and had to cancel an important new product.
Malinowski said that within a year, the situation has stabilized, the factory is running normally, and the company is winning the prize.
\"Inevitably, I will end up working in some companies that have logistics, operations or manufacturing --Type challenge.
I spent most of my time getting the company back on track.
\"After six years at Janes, he left last fall and started looking for new opportunities after being acquired by Toronto\'s Sofina Foods.
Early in his career, he ran a live pig slaughterhouse in Winnipeg, one of the largest in North America. Built by J. M.
Malinowski said Schneider of Kitchener started the acquisition at Maple Leaf Foods.
He took over Kraus\'s chief executive from Mike Wagner, the company\'s longtime head of operations, and has served as acting CEO while Kraus was looking for a new boss.
Malinovsky\'s appointment \"will help strengthen Krauss\'s team and be a vote of confidence in the executives we can ensure Steve proves his blood on the Krauss board,\" Paul McGowan, the chairman of the Krauss group said in a statement.
Malinowski says he prefers to spend some time getting to know the company before making any major changes. \"I\'m not a knee-
A bit of a jerk manager.
I would rather immerse myself in the business, meet all the people, meet all the customers, and try to figure out where we stand and then develop a strategy.
During his first week in office, malinowski said he was walking around, shaking hands with every worker on all three shifts at the Waterloo plant, and was impressed to learn that many people had been in the company for 20 or 30 years.
For years, he says, Claus has been a highly respected name in the carpet and flooring industry.
Through his efforts, he hopes to lead the company on another road to success.
\"It has been a difficult road for at least the last few years.
My goal is to return it (Kraus)
Like its previous glory.
\"Chowitt @ therecord.
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