Brintons has promoted Jonathan Young to CEO of Brintons Americas. He replaces Jon Stone who now heads Brintons' commercial division.

Jonathan Young

Brintonshas promoted Jonathan Youngto CEO of Brintons Americas. He replacesJon Stonewho now heads Brintons' commercial division. Young is a 25-year veteran of the industry, and has served in management and marketing positions with Brintons both in the U.S. and internationally.

Ken Walden
Ken Waldenhas joined Bonsal Americanas area sales manager. He will be responsible for developing sales campaigns, forecasts and budgets for the Carolinas, the Virginias, Delaware and Maryland.

Faus Grouphas elevatedRichard Gibsonto national sales manager for the Fausfloor distribution channel. A 26-year veteran, Gibson was most recently Northeast regional sales manager for the company.

David Duncanhas been named vp marketing forMohawk Residential. He succeedsEd Williams, senior vp marketing, who recently retired. Duncan, a 15-year industry veteran, will oversee general marketing, advertising, merchandising and training for all segments of Mohawk Residential.

Shawhas promotedHal Longto exec vp operations. He will be responsible for manufacturing, distribution, quality, logistics, R&D and sourcing functions. Long joined Shaw 34 years ago and was most recently vp of Shaw's commercial division. In a related announcement, Shaw announced that commercial manufacturing and R&D duties will now be overseen by Long and his management team.

Tarketthas elevatedGuillaume Clementto vp marketing and sales, residential North America. In this position, he will develop sales and marketing for North American wood, resilient and laminate segments A nine-year veteran of the company, Clement was most recently residential division controller.

Tim Tipton
Kronotex USAhas namedTim Tiptonnational sales director. His job duties will focus on building the Formica Flooring brand. Tipton, a 16-year veteran, was most recently director of retail sales and the builder division for laminate maker Quick-Step.

TheTandus Grouphas accepted the resignation ofEdgar "Mac" Bridger, CEO of Tandus and C&A Floorcoverings, and will take effect once a successor is found According to a press statement, the board of directors "concluded that the company would be best served by a change in leadership." To that end, Tandus has launched a search to find a new CEO. In the meantime, Bridger will stay onboard with Tandus and plans to act as a consultant for the company once a successor is found. "Tandus and its people have been an important part of my life," Bridger said. "I look forward to their continued success."