84 Lumber names new CPO
Lowe’s veteran Troy Dally brings 25 years of experience to pro dealer.
84 Lumber has hired Troy Dally as the company’s new chief procurement officer (CPO).
Dally will oversee purchasing, pricing, cost forecasting, inventory, national sales, and specialty purchasing and delivery services, the pro dealer said.
Dally brings more than 25 years of experience in sales, purchasing and supply chain to his new role. He previously served as a senior vice president at Lowe’s for eight years, spending the majority of his time in merchandising. In that role, Dally managed up to $26 billion in purchasing across eight product divisions that included lumber, millwork and building materials. He also directed numerous process-improvement initiatives for the company’s stores and support services that resulted in operational efficiencies.
“The chief procurement officer is a position of enormous responsibility that touches everything we do today and will do in the future,” said Maggie Hardy Knox, president of 84 Lumber. “Troy has a very successful track record in our industry and will be a valuable asset to the team as we continue searching for ways to enhance the customer experience.”
Dally will spend his first several months at 84 Lumber visiting stores across the country and learning the company’s culture.
As CPO, he will focus on better understanding and improving the company’s systems and processes and helping 84 Lumber continue to be a leader of change in the industry.
“I am excited to be joining the 84 Lumber family,” said Dally. “This is a company with a rich history of supplying the needs of our customers throughout our great country. It is an honor to become part of such a dedicated team that is led by a visionary leader like Maggie. 84 Lumber has set a high standard in supplying building products to the industry for more than 60 years. I look forward to working alongside this talented and hard-working team to continue our pursuit of excellence and to drive industry-leading growth.”
Based in Eighty Four, Pa., 84 Lumber operates about 250 stores, component manufacturing plants, custom door shops, custom millwork shops and engineered wood product centers in more than 30 states.
No comments found