New Leadership At Kraft Fluid Systems

By Mike Brezonick19 January 2021

Kraft Fluid Systems has appointed Scott Durand (left) president and Melissa Book to chief financial officer.

Kraft Fluid Systems has announced the promotion of Scott Durand to president and Melissa Book to chief financial officer for the company, effective Jan. 1.

Durand served as the sales and marketing leader for Kraft since 2008. Prior to that, he was a territory manager for Kraft’s Northeast Ohio OEM customers since joining the company in 2001. Previously, Durand sold industrial plastics in the automotive markets of Michigan.

Book was previously the company’s treasurer and controller. She joined Kraft in 2015.

“Mr. Durand and Ms. Book share their commitment to our customers’ success and a passion for employee-ownership while exhibiting the leadership needed to take Kraft Fluid Systems into the future,” said Diane Baker, chief executive officer and chairman. “This is great news for our customers, suppliers, and the industry at large.”

Kraft Fluid Systems is a Cleveland, Ohio-based distributor of mobile hydraulic equipment and provider of mobile drive solutions.

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