Ecore hires new COO, commercial president

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Ecore CommercialLancaster, Pa.—Ecore hired John “Jay” R. Doubman as chief operating officer of Ecore International and president of Ecore Commercial. Doubman brings more than 28 years of experience in the industrial, chemicals, building products and management consulting industries, with both public and private equity ownership.

Doubman will assume leadership of all revenue lines of business across the Ecore family as chief operating officer. Additionally, as president of Ecore Commercial, Doubman will lead the growth and servicing of Ecore’s product portfolio among contractor and architectural clientele. His expertise in corporate and business unit strategy, commercial and operational excellence and corporate development will be invaluable to the continued growth and success of Ecore in the industry, according to the company.

“Jay has an impressive track record of leading business operations both nationally and internationally,” said Art Dodge, CEO, Ecore International. “In such a pivotal time in our organizational growth, we’re confident Jay will play an integral role in helping to develop and motivate our teams’ performances and enhance shareholder value.”

Doubman was president of Building Solutions Group where he oversaw profitability for the business and led a team with the primary focus of driving synergistic organic growth and integration of acquisitions. Previously, he spent 13 years at Cabot Corporation, a global specialty chemicals and performance materials company, holding various roles of increasing responsibility, serving on the executive committee and working with the board of directors as a member of the management team.

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