Kirk Trofholz has been hired as the CEO of CapStone Technologies to increase its sales and profitability.
FREMONT, CA: Kirk Trofholz has been a leader at several CPG companies. He has joined CapStone Technologies as the CEO. Trofholz has a reputation for helping organizations to enhance their top- and bottom-line performance rapidly. He is set to increase the growth of the company’s sales and profitability plans and the talented CapStone team. Trofholz began his career with Procter and Gamble. He also has experience working as the president at both Barilla North America and Dawn Foods. Prior to joining CapStone, he was working as the CEO of Nielsen-Massey Vanillas. He even served on the board of directors of Epicurean Butter.
“We’re very excited about Kirk’s expertise in helping companies streamline operations to grow rapidly,” said Troy Power, chief strategy officer for CapStone. “CapStone’s successes have shown us that there’s even more room to excel and help print-to-mail companies thrive. Kirk knows how to help CapStone achieve our goals.”
Trofholz was born and raised in Nebraska, and he graduated in 1981 graduate from the University of Nebraska. He and his wife, Cath, also have four children and one granddaughter.
CapStone Technologies offers automation services and business engineering to the print-to-mail industry. The company’s services are implemented with state-of-the-art robotic technology, cutting-edge innovation, and proven process engineering so that it can develop better efficiencies and save labor. It is a one-of-a-kind software solution that can connect the physical and digital workflows on the production floor to offer virtual visibility of performance while decreasing the errors to protect USPS discounts. The company is also dedicated to its client relationships. Almost 75 percent of their business growth is due to repeat business and client referrals, and it is a powerful return on investment.