nGROUP Hires Industrial Engineer to Introduce 3PLs to High Performance Labor Management Solution

President David Hair announces that Tom Taetsch has joined nGROUP as a Vice President of the West Coast region.

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Most recently Tom was our client. He believed in the nGROUP performance partner model and recommended partnering with us. As an industrial engineer within the 3PL industry, Tom saw first-hand how our labor model delivers phenomenal results.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) March 27, 2013

President David Hair announces that Tom Taetsch has joined nGROUP as a Vice President of the West Coast region.

“Most recently Tom was our client. He believed in the nGROUP performance partner model and recommended partnering with us. As an industrial engineer within the 3PL industry, Tom saw first-hand how our labor model delivers phenomenal results. Now he’ll be able to draw from that experience and share his insight with those interested in eliminating risk and improving costs,” says Hair.

Taetsch brings 25 years of supply chain experience, including 11 years of recreational vehicle manufacturing experience with Yamaha Motor Manufacturing Corp of America. His logistical and engineering workload has embodied the 3PL industry, working for companies such as Exel, Saddle Creek, and Weber Logistics. As an independent supply chain consultant, Taetsch also worked several years for Tompkins Associates.

Taetsch’s focus at nGROUP will be the expansion of current relationships with retailers, manufacturers and 3PL's in the Southern California market, while working to broaden nGROUP's service offering into different verticals.

For more information on nGROUP performance partners visit http://www.nGROUP.biz, view http://www.nGROUP.biz/movie, or contact David Hair, CEO at dhair(at)nGROUP(dot)biz.

nGROUP performance partners is the leading onsite-outsourcing provider for manufacturing and distribution companies that require cost improvement and risk protection in their labor intensive operations.