Henson new VP at Kaman Distribution Group

By Mike Brezonick13 January 2021

Chris Henson

Kaman Distribution Group (KDG), a distributor of bearings, power transmission, automation and fluid power products, has announced the appointment of Chris Henson as vice president of Business Development.

Most recently, Henson served as a vice president in The Timken Co.’s Industrial Bearings business leading product management and engineering. He also was VP of Corporate Development & Strategy at Timken.

As a member of the KDG executive team, Henson will help drive the company’s growth strategy, with a particular focus on executing key acquisitions.

“The addition of Chris to the Kaman Distribution team is a significant step in the evolution of our acquisition strategy” said Ben Mondics, president and CEO of KDG. “Chris’ well rounded experience and his knowledge of our industry coupled with his passion for winning, will be critical in helping build KDG into the premier platform in the industrial distribution industry. This hire demonstrates our commitment to our acquisition growth strategy and our continuing commitment to investing in talented and experienced team members. We look forward to his contributions as we continue to execute our strategic plans for growth.”

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