Aftermarket company sees change at the top
January 11, 2011
Filed under Features
The CEO of aftermarket manufacturer Cycle Country, Jeff Tetzlaff, has stepped down, according to a company SEC filing.
Tetzlaff spent three years at the Iowa-based manufacturer and in July signed a new, three-year agreement with the company.
The company’s interim CEO Robert Davis told the Sioux City Journal that Tetzlaff “just wanted to move on.
“Jeff put three years into Cycle Country trying to transition to a more modern company,” Davis said, “and he did a great job at some of those things.”
The company also announced a member of its board of directors, Daniel Thralow, has resigned. It noted in the SEC filing that “is not aware of any disagreement causing Thralow’s resignation.”
The Sioux City Journal report noted with the strong snowfall, the company’s business has been brisk, with production crews working overtime to keep up with orders.
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