SOUTH BEND, IN – Elkhart Plastics, Inc. (EPI) is pleased to announce the promotion of Brian Myers to Brian Myers headshotCorporate Compliance Manager. Myers has worked for the company since 2013 as Quality Manager for the South Bend facility.

In his new role, Myers will actively assist EPI’s corporate team and all six company facilities in maintaining and improving compliance to ISO 9001 Quality Management System Standards and ISO 14001 Environmental Management System Standards. He will also coordinate third party audits and assist department leaders at each location with their understanding of applicable standards. Myers will continue to be based in EPI’s corporate office in South Bend.

“Brian has been a valuable member of our South Bend team for the last six years,” Jack Welter, CEO of EPI, says. “His deep understanding of the various regulations and standards will now be shared with all locations in his corporate role.”

“Elkhart Plastics is a really good company,” Myers says. “I am excited to help make EPI an even better company by utilizing best practices of the ISO standards and embracing our responsibility for environmental stewardship.”

Prior to joining EPI six years ago, Myers worked at a metal finishing company. He is a graduate of Purdue University.

Outside of work, Myers enjoys woodworking. He is also a licensed commercial pilot and aircraft mechanic.

About Elkhart Plastics, Inc.

EPI is a 30-year-old company that creates rotationally molded products in an almost endless variety of shapes, lengths, and thicknesses out of its six facilities. The company provides custom designs for clients in industries including recreational vehicles, marine, agriculture, commercial construction equipment, heavy truck equipment, material handling, and more. EPI also manufacturers Tuff Stack™ and Tuff Cube™ Intermediate Bulk Containers, Connect-A-Dock, and KONG Coolers.