LOUISVILLE, KY, April 26, 2022 – Louisville-based custom metal part manufacturer Roller Die + Forming recently added to their talent pool in the corporate headquarters with several new business development and support roles. With over 100% growth over the last ten years and the increasing demand for American suppliers, Roller Die management knows that bringing in the right talent is important to continued success.
Austin Horvat, one of three new Business Development Managers, graduated in 2019 from the University of Kentucky with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. He started working as a project engineer designing municipal water towers before bringing his experience and energy to Roller Die. Austin’s education and experience is a great addition to our team. The Roller Die business development team is proud of being able to understand our customer’s needs and help them see how roll forming and our other in-line processes can add value. Austin is also a lover of our national parks, having worked a summer in Yosemite. He is working towards visiting all sixty-three parks.
Kyle Henson, our second new Business Development Manager, comes from across the state line in Southern Indiana and is a graduate of Purdue University with a degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology. In college, he was the VP of the Purdue Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) and was a member of the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. Kyle begin his career as a project engineer designing conveyor systems and supporting structure, but quickly switched into an outward facing sales role. His extraverted personality and engineering background helped him relate to customers and understand how to solve their problems. Kyle is also a car lover and has completed building two project cars, so will enjoy opportunities to help the automotive industry incorporate roll forming to create steel and aluminum parts.
Heather Moll also joins the team as a Business Development Manager with over eleven years of business to business sales experience. From northern Kentucky, she has a background in industrial textiles and received a degree in Business Management form Northern Kentucky University. Now based in Jacksonville, FL to support Roller Die’s Green Cove Springs location, she enjoys taking her rescue dogs, Sam and Charlie, to the beach regularly.
Kelsey Bowyer, also a graduate of Purdue University, recently joined the Roller Die engineering team, helping customers turn their parts and CAD drawings into successful roll formed designs. He is also interested in process improvement and has experience as a maintenance engineer, so will be instrumental in helping bring the first accelerator online in our Louisville plant.
Nancy Wyatt joins our corporate team handling Accounts Payable. She is a Louisville native with an Associate Degree in Business from Indiana Wesleyan. With previous experience in supply chain, she brings to Roller Die her energy and attention to detail. Nancy has two dogs at home that keep her busy.
Tiffany Boesing started with Roller Die in 2021 and has been promoted to Director of Account Services. She is already made an impact streamlining how our team responds to and manages customer inquiries. She has a degree in Business Management from Indiana University Southeast and spends her free time at kids sporting events with her husband and two children.
Kayla Hoffman, Roller Die’s new Corporate Inventory Production Manager, grew up as military child and an avid rock collector before coming to Louisville and joining the Roller Die team.
“Roller Die continues to grow. We aim to meet our customers’ needs and provide excellent parts and service,” said Roller Die + Forming CEO Ray Hammons. “We always focus on efficiencies in our manufacturing plants, but we also need to ensure the administrative side runs smoothly. Our new team will make sure customers get the support and insight they need and our plants will continue to produce high quality custom roll formed parts.”
Roller Die + Forming is headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky and has facilities across the U.S. and in Mexico. We handle custom metal roll forming for many industries including automotive, solar, distribution, appliance, and more. Roller Die offers customers access to our in-house tool room and library of standard tooling along with excellent an knowledgeable customer support.