Crystorama Adds to Executive Team

People Crystorama Griffenkranz and Kim 125 x 86px

 November 1, 2021

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New York-based Crystorama has hired Robert Kim as VP/Operations and Walter Griffenkranz as Warehouse Manager.

“As Crystorama continues to see exponential growth, putting together an all-star executive team was critical for us to propel our business forward and strengthen our global presence,” says Brad Kleinberg, President. Kim and Griffenkranz join Crystorama’s executives Ryan Ranzino, VP/Sales; Amit Sharma, VP/Technology; and Danny Ng, VP/Finance, to create purposeful planning and ensure synergy across all departments to support continued growth and overall brand experience.

Kim will oversee the manufacturer’s overall business operations, including warehouse and distribution functions, supply chain, customer service, order management, and human resources. With 25+ years of experience in merchandise planning, operations, process improvement, and analytics, Kim will bring innovative and forward-thinking solutions to effectively manage the company’s operations.

As Warehouse Manager, Walter Griffenkranz will utilize his considerable experience and knowledge to oversee warehouse procedures in Crystorama’s headquarters in Westbury, New York. “As we continue to move forward and scale our business, it important to set the standard of corporate excellence and

bring on experienced executives to continue to drive momentum,” Kleinberg adds.

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