Trachte Building Systems, a manufacturer and supplier of self-storage buildings, has hired a new chief financial officer (CFO) and sales-support person, and promoted another employee from production to customer service.
Larry Pribyl joined the company as CFO for Trachte and its subsidiaries. Pribyl previously served as director of finance, group controller and other leadership roles at Andersen Windows and Renewal by Andersen for more than 11 years. Prior to Andersen, he was vice president of contracting and controller for Schneider Logistics. Pribyl also spent 14 years in various leadership positions with Honeywell. He is a graduate of General Electric's Financial Management Program and spent four years with GE. He has a bachelor's degree from Wabash College and an MBA from Minnesota State University.
Brandon Eichstadt joined the Trachte sales-support staff, where his AutoCAD training and skills will be put to use. His responsibilities include drafting site layouts and helping to prepare proposals for clients.
After serving 11 years in Trachtes production department, Pat Jarman joined the customer-service team. In his new role, Jarman helps customers resolve construction or damage issues, determining what replacement parts are needed and coordinating the placement and shipping of parts orders.
Based in Sun Prairie, Wis., Trachte designs, manufactures and erects a full line of pre-engineered steel building systems and portable storage containers. Its customized self-storage systems include single- and multi-story, interior partition and corridor, and canopy boat/RV. The company has more than 111 years of manufacturing experience.