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Transtar Names David Kralic Chief Financial Officer

Kralic joined Transtar in August, bringing more than 20 years of finance experience. Most recently, Kralic served as finance director for Riverside Co., a private equity firm. Gaining extensive insight into the aftermarket industry, he served as CFO and director of information technology at Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems.

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CLEVELAND, Ohio — Transtar Industries Inc. recently named David Kralic as the company’s new chief financial officer (CFO). Kralic joined Transtar in August, bringing more than 20 years of finance experience.

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“Not only does Dave bring a broad base of financial expertise, he has a deep understanding of the automotive aftermarket,” said Greg Gyllstrom, president and CEO of Transtar Industries. “As a key member of Transtar’s executive leadership team, he will provide financial and strategic insights in support of Transtar’s goals. We are delighted to welcome Dave to Transtar and look forward to his contribution to our success.”

Most recently, Kralic served as finance director for Riverside Co., a private equity firm. Gaining extensive insight into the aftermarket industry, he served as CFO and director of information technology at Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems. He has also held various positions at NCR Corp., including corporate finance director, division controller, manager of cost accounting and financial analyst, and also worked for R.R. Donnelley & Sons.

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“Transtar is the clear No. 1 provider of aftermarket driveline solutions, and I am excited to join the Transtar team,” said Kralic. “I look forward to assisting Transtar’s continued growth and success.”

Kralic holds a master’s degree in finance and a bachelor’s degree in computer and information science from The Ohio State University (OSU). Outside of work, Kralic is a Cleveland sports fan and an avid OSU fan. He and his wife have two daughters.

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