Fluoramics, Inc., recently announced Gregg Reick, son of the company’s founder, Franklin Reick, has assumed the role of President of the company and its subsidaries.
Holding a Chemical Engineer degree from Rutgers, Gregg has been an active participant in Fluoramics’ long history while gaining experience in other industries. Most recently, in addition to his work with Fluoramics, Gregg was General Manager of an electronics manufacturing company in Minnesota generating $60 million in sales.
Franklin, an inventor with over 40 patents to his name, will continue in product research and design.
Fluoramics has a long history of producing high-quality products for the automotive, industrial, bottled gas, and welding industries. Founded in 1967, Fluoramics has brought several products to market, including a line of Tufoil products, Lox-8, and Formula-8. Its newest product, HinderRUST, is receiving high praise as a rust inhibitor with lubrication properties.
“Fluoramics will continue to be a family-owned and operated company with dedication to innovation and excellence. We will keep on manufacturing and developing the great products our customers expect,” said Gregg.