SUPPLIER

SUPPLIER COUNCIL

Overview

This council provides a focus for the needs and concerns of HARDI’s supplier members. Its mission is to provide a forum for supplier members to discern what HARDI is or could be doing and make recommendations to the association. The Supplier Members Council also discusses the possibilities of engaging with wholesale members on useful programs and activities.

The Supplier council provides an inside track for wholesale distributors to collaborate with suppliers in the HARDI Channel. Our council’s focus is to bring best practices between the Supplier and Wholesaler together to improve efficiencies.

Sometimes HARDI’s Supplier Member team needs the assistance of HARDI Council members. We ask that all of HARDI’s Council members make it a priority to contribute when these issues arise.

The Supplier Council will also assume the responsibility of incorporating manufacturer logistics and operations leadership into the Supply Chain & Operations Council and the Supply Chain & Operations Focus Conference. 

 

Leadership

Refrigerant Chair

Glenn Haun | Arkema Inc.

Unitary Ducted Chair

Randy Roberts | Rheem

Unitary Ductless Chair

David Mastrangelo | Goodman Manufacturing

Parts Chairs

Becky Hoelscher | Emerson
Frank Mehler | MARS
Susan Kirkland | Packard

Supplies Chair

Terry Ritchie | Trion IAQ

Controls Chair

Rick Van Buren | Johnson Controls

 

Membership

Ideal Member

A Supplier Committee member should be an active participant at HARDI functions, voice his or her opinions and ideas at open meetings and provide positive feedback for advancing the relationship of Supplier and Wholesaler. Skillsets required are a good understanding of the working relationship between the Supplier and Wholesaler.

Membership Requirements

Supplier member/member company must be a listed HARDI member/member company during the calendar year of the term(s) served.

Meeting Times

Conference calls throughout the year as needed.

 

Contact

If you are interested in participating or have questions, please contact Chris Deboer at cdeboer@hardinet.org.