BMC names new CEO
RALEIGH, N.C. — BMC Stock Holdings, Inc., has appointed David E. Flitman President and Chief Executive Officer of the company. Flitman will begin the role no later than Oct. 1. He will also join the company’s Board of Directors. Flitman succeeds Dave Keltner, who has served as Interim President and Chief Executive Officer since January and who will continue to serve as a Director.
Flitman, 54, has more than three decades of experience leading distribution businesses across multiple industries, including Performance Food Group, Univar and Ecolab. Flitman most recently served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Performance Foodservice, the largest segment of Performance Food Group, a leader in the foodservice distribution industry. Earlier in his career, Flitman spent three years at Allegheny Power and nearly 20 years at DuPont.
“We are pleased to welcome a leader of Dave Flitman’s caliber to the BMC team,” said David Bullock, Chairman of the Board of Directors of BMC. “Dave brings a wealth of knowledge and experience critical to BMC’s growth, operational excellence and customer service goals. His extensive manufacturing and distribution expertise, track record of execution in growing businesses and keen understanding of the importance of providing value-added products and services to customers make him the ideal person for this role. We are confident that Dave will apply his skill set and expertise to drive compelling growth and value creation at BMC.”
Bullock continued, “I’d also like to take this opportunity to thank Dave Keltner for stepping in as Interim President and CEO this year. Under his direction, BMC has reported significantly improved financial results versus the prior year and continued to strengthen its position in the marketplace.”
“I am honored to be named President and CEO of BMC at such an exciting time,” said Flitman. “BMC is on the leading edge of development and innovation in this industry, providing builders and remodeling contractors with the tools and solutions needed to address a very challenging labor environment, reduce cycle times, save money and reduce waste. Given the Company’s strengths, I believe that we have a tremendous opportunity to build upon that foundation to continue to grow and succeed as we focus on delivering superior service to our customers. I look forward to working with the BMC Board, management team and associates to drive enhanced value for our stakeholders.”
BMC will relocate its headquarters and the office of the Chief Executive Officer to the company’s existing offices in Raleigh, N.C. effective Sept. 30.