BERKLEY, MI – Andrew Mengason has been promoted to Director of Operations for the Certified Restoration Drycleaning Network (CRDN), an international organization of textile restoration specialists serving the insurance industry. The announcement was made by CRDN President Chip Bifano.
Prior to joining CRDN earlier this year as a National Operations Manager, Mengason spent two years as chief operating officer with a regional textile restoration and drycleaning operation. He also spent several years with a national commercial moving and storage company where he was responsible for sales, marketing, operations, human resources and accounting.
“Andrew’s in-depth experience, along with his knowledge of CRDN and interaction with our operators and staff over the past several months, made him a natural fit to lead our Operations Department,” said Chip Bifano, CRDN’s President.
“CRDN’s National Operations Managers are performing an increasingly important role in the growth and success of our individual businesses and the Network overall as we strive to provide support for local sales and operations while monitoring key performance indicators to ensure compliance with service level requirements,” Bifano added.
Mengason resides in Birmingham, Michigan.
The Certified Restoration Drycleaning Network (CRDN) is an international organization of experienced, highly trained textile restorers who specialize in insurance restoration laundry and drycleaning services for all types of loss. Adept at restoring textiles damaged by fire, smoke, water or exposure to mold and other contaminants, CRDN members offer an effective, efficient and proven solution for insurance professionals seeking to reduce costs and improve margins while closing claims quickly. CRDN currently operates in the United States, United Kingdom and Canada. The organization’s Web site is www.CRDN.com, and claims assignment can be made across the U.S. by calling 1-800-963-CRDN (2736).