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Grey Mountain Partners portfolio company Binswanger Enterprises appoints Tim Curran as CEO

Binswanger Enterprises, a Grey Mountain Partners portfolio company, has appointed Tim Curran as chief Executive Officer (CEO). Curran replaces Norm Plotkin, who is transitioning to a role supporting other Grey Mountain Partners portfolio companies.

Curran brings with him a 30-year track record of successfully managing and growing companies in a number of different industries.

Curran was most recently the Senior Vice President of US Operations at G&K Services (NASDAQ: GK), a publicly traded industry leader in the uniform and facility services business, operating through 39 production groups across the US. During Curran’s 11-year tenure with G&K, he successfully grew revenue and profitability while improving other key operational metrics. Prior to G&K, Curran served in various leadership positions with ExpressBill, a division of WebMD Health Corporation (NASDAQ: WBMD), Omnova Solutions (NYSE: OMN), and AlliedSignal, Inc.  Curran holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Williams College and an MBA from Case Western Reserve University.

"Grey Mountain Partners is grateful for the leadership Norm has brought to Binswanger, which has resulted in growth, improved business fundamentals, and greater quality of customer service,” says Will Pucillo on behalf of Grey Mountain Partners. “The hiring of Tim Curran is a very positive transition point for Binswanger. We’re excited to partner with such an accomplished executive to accelerate the growth of the business, both organically and through strategic acquisitions.”

"I’m excited to join Binswanger’s industry-leading workforce. Binswanger has a rich history and an excellent reputation in the glass installation business,” Curran says. “I’m very pleased to have the opportunity to work with Binswanger’s management team, experienced employees, and suppliers to grow the business and continue serving our customer base across the commercial and specialty glass, auto glass, and residential glass end markets.”

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