Twin-Star International Names Steve Ashman VP of Operations

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DELRAY BEACH, Fla.-Twin-Star International has appointed Steve Ashman as vice president of operations.

Ashman will be responsible for the company's global operations; he reports to Rob Cohen, Twin-Star's president and CEO.

Previously Ashman served as vice president supply chain with Masco Asia, Slam Brands and WE Connor. His experience includes manufacturing operations, product development, strategic sourcing, vendor quality management and product distribution in the United States and Asia.

"Steve brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to Twin-Star," Cohen said. " His addition to our current team of all-stars will accelerate our efforts to achieve world-class quality and service performance, enabling us to deliver superior value to our customers."

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