Guardian Access and Door Hardware Names Brian Strzalka General Manager

Brian Strzalka has been appointed general manager of ADH Guardian USA LLC, dba Guardian Access and Door Hardware, a manufacturer of garage door products. In the newly created position, Strzalka will establish and manage operations and systems in the central states as well as provide plans for sales, marketing, customer service and distribution for Guardian products in North America. “Brian’s reputation in the garage door and operator industry for building business growth structures, fostering strong distributor relationships and providing local leadership is outstanding,” said Andrew Liu, director of Guardian USA. “He will be an asset for Guardian’s growth plans in North America. His industry experience and knowledge also make him a valuable resource for our global strategic planning.” Strzalka comes to Guardian with more than 20 years of industry experience. Most recently, he served as CEO of ET Technology Co. Ltd. in Wuxi, China. Previously, he held several director level positions at The Chamberlain Group Inc., including marketing director, international, director of market development and SBU marketing leader. “I believe in Guardian’s growth prospects. Guardian can fill a void in the North American market, providing distributors and OEMs with flexible and competitive solutions, differentiation and personal service,” Strzalka said. “The company is committed to reliability and continuous process improvement. I look forward to working with Andrew and the entire staff at Guardian.” Operating for more than 30 years, Guardian Access Corp. is a privately held company with locations in Taipei City, Shanghai, Santa Fe Springs, Calif., and Medley, Fla. The company specializes in the design and manufacture of component stampings, plastic moldings, die castings and operators for the garage door industry. Guardian serves markets in the Americas, Europe, Africa, Australia and Asia and is ISO 9001 certified.

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