Misty Funderburk Joins DMA Industries as VP of DC Operations

Misty Funderburk Joins DMA Industries as VP of DC Operations

“Her experience and leadership will bring much-welcomed support to our DC operations team,” DMA said.

Misty Funderburk has joined the DMA Industries team as its new vice president of DC operations.

Funderburk brings more than 20 years of experience in quality control, continuous systems improvement, project management, manufacturing and warehousing/distribution operations management.

She previously worked for AVM and Mann+Hummel since 2004. At Mann+Hummel, she was most recently senior manager of operations and distribution services for North America.

Funderburk has strategically led new distribution-center startups, managed six DC operations across the United States and overseen operational work-team consolidations.

“Her experience and leadership will bring much-welcomed support to our DC operations team as we move forward with our ever-growing strategic goals, DMA Industries said in a news release.

Founded in 2008, Loris, South Carolina-based DMA Industries (DMA) specializes in product design, engineering, development, manufacturing, marketing and distribution for the automotive and heavy-duty aftermarkets.

“I am committed and honored to be helping the DMA team achieve its goals, and I am excited to see where our collective efforts will take us,” Funderburk said. “I look forward to celebrating both small and big wins together, and with every small win, we are one step closer to achieving our larger objectives.”

DMA COO Fred Snow added: “We are very pleased to have Misty join the DMA team as another step in our continued expansion. Her experience in distribution operations in the automotive aftermarket makes her the perfect fit for this new role and a strategic additional asset to our team.”

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