Whirlwind Steel Announces New Vice President of Supply Chain and Strategic Planning Manoj Lakhi

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Houston metal building manufacturer Whirlwind Steel Buildings, Inc. has appointed Manoj Lakhi as VP of Supply Chain and Strategic Planning

Whirlwind Steel Buildings, Inc. - Houston, TX

Manoj has the experience, tools and proven record of success to take Whirlwind to the next level.

Whirlwind Steel Buildings, Inc. is pleased to announce the appointment of Manoj Lakhi as Vice President of Supply Chain and Strategic Planning. Mr. Lakhi has been Acting VP in this area for the past five years and under his direction, Whirlwind has transformed the way it purchases, plans and manages its inventory--changes that have yielded dramatic improvements in the company's performance. Mr. Lakhi has also spearheaded and managed several other successful strategic initiatives at Whirlwind during his tenure as Acting VP.

Prior to joining Whirlwind, Lakhi was a supply chain consultant, working with companies including General Electric to implement supply chain solutions and software. Whirlwind’s President, Ty Sturdivant, says "Manoj has the experience, tools and proven record of success to take Whirlwind to the next level. We are excited that Manoj has accepted this position. We are looking forward to future success under his leadership."

Whirlwind (http://www.whirlwindsteel.com) is an industry leader in pre-engineered steel buildings and metal building components with manufacturing plants in Texas, Georgia, Minnesota and Oklahoma.

About Whirlwind Steel Buildings, Inc.

Houston-based Whirlwind Steel Buildings, Inc. is an industry leading manufacturer of pre-engineered metal buildings and steel building components for the agricultural, commercial, industrial, institutional, residential and self storage markets. Founded in 1955, the company has four manufacturing plants, in Texas, Georgia, Oklahoma and Minnesota. Products in the Components and Private Manufacturing Services division include metal roofing for residential, agricultural and business uses; self-storage units; boat docks; airplane hangars and steel municipal buildings.

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