New Harbour names vice presidents

Tracy Robin promoted, Fernando Farinha hired

New Harbour president Peter Jerome announced the promotion of Tracy Robin to vice president of sales and marketing and the addition of Fernando Farinha as vice president of operations.

Robin has been with the company since July 1999, starting as a part-time retail sales person in the showroom and moving her way through the company, becoming the customer service manager and then national sales manager.

New Harbour has also made many changes to the manufacturing side of its business this year by hiring Farinha. He will be responsible for all manufacturing operations as well as customer service, scheduling and purchasing. He joins the organization with 14-plus years of experience in the textile industry working in various capacities from production to customer service.

“By appointing people with such experience into these positions, we can continue to grow and expand by offering new product lines, fabrics and services to our customers,” Jerome said.

New Harbour also has made many additions to the sales and marketing side of the business this year. They have added to their design center the Lectra CAD CAM system for designing custom products, especially for large OEM manufacturers, and are committed to improving production and delivery.

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