Culp Promotes 2

Culp Home Fashions, the mattress fabric division of textile major Culp Inc., has promoted Jess Tsacoumangos to head of global strategic transformation, supply chain and service, and Jeff Veach to vice president of sales and marketing.  

Previously, Tsacoumangos was director of quality assurance and continuous improvement, a post he held since his hiring in 2016. He continues to report to Sandy Brown, Culp Home Fashions president. 

“We are pleased to announce this new role for Jeff Tsacoumangos. “(Tsacoumangos) is the ideal candidate for this position with the right complement of global, operational and quality assurance experience from his previous role as our lead for continuous improvement efforts. His new responsibilities will range across both our mattress fabric and sewn cover product offerings. In this progressive position, Jeff will lead the company’s efforts to develop greater synergies and improved supply chain logistics among our customers, suppliers, facilities and employees around the world. As we continue to grow our business and enhance our product offerings, we will leverage the strength of our global fabric and sewn cover platform and strive to offer the highest levels of service from orders to shipment.”

Veach, who joined the High Point, North Carolina-based company in 2012, previously was vice president of Culp cut and sew. He is credited with playing a leading role in launching the Haiti cut-and-sew facility, as well as aiding in the integration of the company’s cut-and-sew operations in Asia.  

He reports to Brown and works alongside Culp veteran Mike Cottonaro, senior vice president of sales and marketing. 

“Jeff will play a critical role in taking CHF to the next level as we shift the focus of our business to marketing one entity with two mattress product offerings — fabric and sewn covers,” Brown said. “We are excited to have Jeff take on this important role and recognize his sales acumen and positive engagement with our customers. Additionally, his strong (internal) working relationships, along with a complete customer brand experience plan, will boost our ongoing sales efforts. We are confident that Jeff and Mike will work together as a committed sales and marketing team with a fresh take on enhancing the overall customer experience.”

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