McElroy welcomes Eric Duerr as new Purchasing Manager

McElroy, a world leading designer and manufacturer of thermoplastic fusion equipment, has announced the arrival of Eric Duerr as the company’s new Purchasing Manager.

“Since its founding, McElroy has remained committed to providing our clients with the highest-quality products, and that level of service begins with the sourcing process,” said McElroy President and CEO Chip McElroy. “Eric has a proven track record of success, and we are happy to have him come on board to lead our purchasing department.”

A native Oklahoman, Duerr brings 15 years of procurement, sourcing, and inventory management experience, mainly in the oil and gas industry. He has developed and led the performance of numerous purchasing and sourcing teams in the United States, Canada, Egypt, and the United Kingdom.

Before arriving at McElroy, Duerr was the Western Hemisphere Strategic Sourcing Manager for TD Williamson in Tulsa. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Oklahoma and a master’s degree in Business Administration from Oklahoma Christian University.

“Eric will be a valuable asset to our purchasing team, as we strive to continue exceeding the expectations of users of McElroy equipment,” said McElroy Senior Operations Manager Philip Maud.

As Duerr transitions into his new role, he will be working closely with Maud, who will be moving into a new role to focus on McElroy’s inventory, planning, and execution processes.



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