Stakes Manufacturing Welcomes SVP of Production

Chuck Ertzberger previously held leadership roles at Custom Ink and PCNA.

Chuck Ertzberger Stakes Manufacturing
Chuck Ertzberger (Image: LinkedIn)

Stakes Manufacturing, a provider of print-on-demand fulfillment, announced the appointment of Chuck Ertzberger as SVP of production.

With over 25 years of executive-level operations and leadership experience, Ertzberger’s career highlights include key leadership roles at companies including Custom Ink and PCNA.

At Custom Ink, as vice president of production, Ertzberger spearheaded the expansion of multi-site production operations across the U.S., overseeing 700+ employees and delivering record-breaking bottom-line savings and team engagement scores.

During his tenure at PCNA, Ertzberger was critical during their strategic expansion period where he grew Leed’s operational footprint by over five times while driving both reliability and margin gains. He was then in charge of turning around the Bulletline and Trimark acquisitions where at both subdivisions he substantially unlocked sales growth and margin improvements.

“We are thrilled to welcome Chuck Ertzberger to Stakes as our new SVP of production,” said Vince Bartozzi, CEO at Stakes. “Chuck’s exceptional leadership acumen and proven ability to drive operational excellence and foster growth make him the perfect fit to lead our production efforts as we continue to innovate and expand our footprint in the print-on-demand fulfillment industry.”

Ertzberger’s appointment is said to underscore Stakes’ commitment to elevating its production capabilities and delivering unparalleled value to its customers.

“His strategic vision and extensive experience will undoubtedly play a pivotal role in driving Stakes’ continued success and growth trajectory,” stated the company.

Avatar of Marie Fennema

Marie Fennema

Marie Fennema is the managing editor of GRAPHICS PRO, including GRAPHICS PRO Today, covering news and guidance in apparel decoration, awards and engraving, and sign and digital printing.

View all articles by Marie Fennema  

Related Articles

Back to top button