Precision Textiles Taps Industry Veteran Bill Learn for Quality Control Post

Fairfield, NJ, May 21, 2024

Precision Textiles, a go-to provider for innovative nonwovens and laminate solutions for the bedding, home furnishings, healthcare and automotive industries has appointed bedding industry veteran Bill Learn as director of quality control.

Learn, a former Tempur Sealy new product development manager and Global Textile Alliance director of quality control, will oversee quality procedures for all Precision Textiles product lines and sites. He will work closely with suppliers to maintain strict specifications for both raw materials and purchased components. In order to improve quality, efficiency, and cut costs, he will also oversee the fulfillment of both internal and external needs and spearhead manufacturing operations changes.

“We are thrilled to welcome Bill to our leadership team,” said Martin. “His extensive experience in the bedding industry and proven track record in quality control will be instrumental in advancing our quality initiatives and optimizing our processes. We look forward to seeing the positive impact he will make for us and our customers as we continue to uphold the highest standards in the industry.”

Learn is prepared to increase customer satisfaction and financial performance as a Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt by reducing waste and variation. When necessary, he will apply Six Sigma tools to assist in issue solving and improvement. In order to guarantee that customers receive the same high-quality product wherever it is produced, Learn will also collaborate closely with manufacturing, sales, and product development to maintain a high level of detail in internal product specifications across the company’s manufacturing locations.

“I’m thrilled to be at Precision Textiles.” “I’m looking forward to working with our manufacturing and product development teams to advance and develop new, sustainable methods of practice and achieve overall business goals, as well as with our suppliers to better define requirements for raw materials.”

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