WATERTOWN, WI, August 30, 2021 — Fisher Barton a leading metallurgical science innovation company, announces the appointment of Paul J. Krejcarek, MBA, BS, CPA, as Chief Financial Officer, reporting to Scott Hoffman, Chief Executive Officer. Paul will have primary responsibility for the planning, implementation, managing and running of all finance activities for Fisher Barton, and will also lead the corporate IT team.
Paul Krejcarek has provided over 25 years of strategic leadership in manufacturing, business, and finance functions. His previous position held was at Kapco Metal Stamping as the Chief Financial officer where his responsibilities included management of Finances and Information Technology.
Prior to joining Kapco, Paul was CFO for the Perlick Corporation in Milwaukee for 7 years. Perlick is an OEM company that produces bar and beverage equipment for the bar and restaurant industry. His responsibilities started out as the CFO and was later appointed to VP of operations where he was responsible for all aspects of manufacturing.
Before Perlick Corporation, Paul was the controller at Kondex Corporation in Lomira. At Kondex, Paul was mentored by the president, who helped Paul develop his leadership style to successfully project manage and lead several departments to include the financial department. Paul began his career in public accounting with a regional accounting firm called Freyberg and Hinkle, SC in Brookfield, WI where he developed his accounting skills through auditing and tax work for many small and medium manufacturing companies.
Paul received an MBA through the EMBA program at UW – Milwaukee, a Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting from Marquette University and is a Certified Public Accountant.
Paul Krejcarek will assume his new position immediately and work out of Fisher Barton’s headquarters in Watertown, Wisconsin.
About Fisher Barton — Fisher Barton is a metallurgical science innovation partner for high wear and cutting components. Our expertise stems from our world-class talent who understand the behavior of material and the application of proprietary heat treating and thermal spray solutions that reimagine a component’s lifespan beyond the core manufacturing capabilities of stamping, bending, forming, cutting, welding, machining and casting. Eight locations in Wisconsin, Illinois, and Vietnam innovate blades and turf care components, bronze motion control products, industrial knives and various other wear components. Fisher Barton is more than a source for high-quality parts; Fisher Barton is your partner for the highest quality solutions found —anywhere. For more information, visit www.fisherbarton.com.