Evans appointed plant manager for Mullican

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Johnson City, Tenn.—Mullican Flooring, a leading manufacturer of hardwood floors, has appointed Kyle Evans as plant manager for the company’s Johnson City, Tenn., manufacturing facility. In his new position, Evans will manage and direct the plant operations of the 309,000-square-foot manufacturing facility, which includes production, milling and finishing. In addition to ensuring the safety of nearly 300 employees, Evans will be responsible for optimizing production and verifying product quality.

“Kyle comes to Mullican with a wealth of knowledge and extensive experience in the hardwood flooring industry,” said Neil Poland, president of Mullican Flooring. “His strong technical skills are matched by his enthusiasm for his work.”

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