Greg Huss, Paulo Products
Recently we mentioned how Greg Huss had joined Paulo the second largest commercial heat treater in North America https://themonty.com/project/l
“We are proud to announce that our Nashville division is now under the leadership of plant manager Greg Huss. Greg joined the Paulo team in late spring 2020, bringing over 22 years of experience in the heat treating industry. Greg took courses in both materials engineering and business management during his college years. He then started his career as a furnace operator and lab inspector at a mid-sized heat treating company, quickly rising through the ranks as his skill and leadership qualities began to shine. Greg’s most recent role was as General Manager of two heat treatment facilities in the greater Milwaukee area that specialize in vacuum hardening and annealing, atmosphere hardening and annealing, stress relieving, carburizing, and carbonitriding. Greg’s expertise also includes experience with a variety of materials including aluminum, and processes such as austempering, ferritic nitrocarburizing (FNC), induction heat treating, and more. He is experienced in maintaining ISO, AS9001, and Nadcap certifications and is a YES program graduate through the Metal Treating Institute.
“I’m looking forward to taking on this new challenge at Paulo,” Greg said. “I have a big passion for quality and as a leader, I enjoy inspiring other people to take pride in their work.” At Paulo, Greg will be responsible for leading the Nashville division and will be accountable for maintaining the quality and efficiency of the entire operation. Gregory’s experience on both the technical, financial, and people management sides of our business have him well positioned for success in our organization. “Greg’s experience encompasses everything we look for at Paulo,” said Tee Rassieur, Paulo’s VP of Operations. “His history blends scientific expertise with people skills and deep knowledge of heat treating operations. That’s exactly what we mean when we say ‘datagineering at work.’ We are looking forward to seeing Greg succeed in his new role.”