Effective January 1, 2016, Jim Jung has been named President of Trico Corporation. He becomes the fourth generation in his family to serve in this role in Trico’s 99-year history.

According to CEO Bob Jung, “Jim brings a strong, participative leadership style that leverages the strengths of other associates and outside resources. He has also had the opportunity to participate, as I did with my father, in a wide range of ‘big picture’ and senior management issues over the years giving him a strong understanding of the overall business. His experiences within the company have run the gamut from strategy development to manufacturing.”

Currently, Jim leads a team that will be launching a series of new products and initiatives in the coming year.

For 99 years, Trico has provided customers with lubrication management knowledge and solutions with a focus on industrial equipment performance and reliability. From its principal offices in Pewaukee, Wisconsin and Cleveland, Ohio, Trico has accomplished this by combining high-performance, globally recognized lubrication products with its proactive lubrication management training and in-plant services, as well as oil analysis services. Trico has also developed a network of key partnerships with local distribution channels who extend the company’s ability to reach and work with corporations around the world in the development and implementation of total lubrication programs. 

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