DriTac Appointment: David Clarkson Named President
August 2020 - DriTac Flooring Products, LLC has named David Clarkson President. Clarkson has held numerous positions with DriTac since 2003, most recently as Senior Vice-President – Sales. He has held key positions in the flooring industry for the past 30 years including field sales, sales management, and marketing. He has also served in the US Army Reserve for nearly 35 years, having retired in 2017 with the rank of Major General with extensive active duty time in the US and the Middle East, including a senior lead for logistics in Afghanistan in 2013. Clarkson is a graduate of Appalachian State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree. He also holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration and a Masters Degree in Strategic Studies, the latter from the U.S. Army War College.
Yale and Myrna Block (formerly President and Vice President, respectively) remain involved with DriTac’s future as Chairman and Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors.
“David is a very strong leader with exceptional organizational skills. He has the unique ability to understand the most important requirements of our customers and develop strategically derived programs to meet those needs, while elevating the overall level of performance to consistently achieve successful results for and with our business partners” Yale and Myrna stated. “We are extremely delighted to have him take the day-to-day reins of our company and have absolute trust in his skill and integrity as our leader.”
Owned and operated in the USA, DriTac is proud of its 64 years of manufacturing premium-grade adhesives and installation-related products for the flooring industry. Over the past few years, DriTac has successfully launched rubber and foam flooring underlayment and finished recycled rubber flooring categories, among other new product segments. These additions have allowed DriTac to diversify its product portfolio and offer customers problem-solving flooring installation solutions that help broaden their overall scope and enhance their bottom line. This foray into new flooring industry sectors also allows DriTac to provide customers with fully warranted systems from one trusted, single-source supplier. Product innovation has always been at the forefront of DriTac’s focus and that hi-tech appeal is now combined with an expanded assortment of American-made products.
DriTac’s primary company objective is to produce and deliver the highest quality, eco-friendly flooring installation solutions across the country and around the globe with excellent service and a deep appreciation for our valued customers. DriTac is committed to manufacturing sustainable products for the flooring industry with a comprehensive line of premium “green”, zero VOC and zero solvent adhesives and installation products that help contribute points toward LEED credits. For more information or to receive a complete DriTac product guide, contact: John Lio, 60 Webro Road Clifton, N.J. 07012; Ph: 973-614-9000 ext. 243; e-mail: jlio@DriTac.com; or Web: www.DriTac.com.
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