In this role, McFall will enhance product workflow by analyzing and developing logistics plans that affect production, distribution and inventory. He will also create and review procedures for distribution and inventory management to maximize customer satisfaction and minimize cost.
McFall has experience in both the finance and grain production sectors. He worked at Allen, Gibbs and Houlik CPA’s and Advisors in Wichita, Kansas, U.S., conducting audits for companies in a variety of industries. He also worked at the U.S. Department of Agriculture Grain Marketing and Production Research Center in the Engineering Research Unit in Manhattan, Kansas, U.S. McFall has a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Kansas State University.
“We are extremely pleased to have Taylor on our team,” said Vaughn Studer, chief executive officer at Engrain. “He is very detail-oriented, customer focused and has strong problem solving skills. This new position will help us streamline our logistics and enhance our service.”
Engrain, which provides additives and improvers for the baking and milling industries, has also revamped its website, located at www.engrain.us. The new website offers a complete portfolio of all Engrain’s products, including its featured products volMAX, hydroMAX and fortiMAX as well as its performance, nutrition and appearance products for milling, bakery and pasta applications.
The website also includes a client log-in section, video and links to Engrain’s Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn pages.
“At Engrain, we want to bring the latest advances in enzyme technology to our customers to help them save money and increase their profits,” said Vaughn Studer, chief executive officer of Engrain. “To many of our customers, our value comes from the way we do business. We want to be the company that people want to work with and the ability to interact through our website and social media enables us to strengthen and enhance our relationships.”