Remanufacturing Industries Council Elects BBES's Holladay To Board

Posted On: 2/7/2019

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  Sharla Holladay
WEST HENRIETTA, NY — The Remanufacturing Industries Council has announced the election of directors. These include Sharla Holladay, co-owner of Best Beverage Equipment Services (Jacksonville, AR), who will represent the restaurant equipment remanufacturing industry. A cofounder of BBES Corp., Holladay has worked on remanufacturing standards in the foodservice sector since 1999.

Reelected to the RIC board are Vaughn Henson, general manager, SRC Logistics (Springfield, MO); Nabil Nasr, chief executive of the Reducing EMbodied-Energy & Decreasing Emissions (REMADE) Institute and associate provost and director of Golisano Institute for Sustainability at Rochester (NY) Institute of Technology; Jeffrey Stukenborg: chief engineer for reman with WABCO Reman Solutions (Rochester Hills, MI ); and Todd Wieland, director of engineering – New & ReCon Parts Manufacturing at Cummins, Inc. (Columbus, IN).

"RIC welcomes Sharla Holladay and looks forward to the additional perspective and expertise she will bring from the restaurant equipment remanufacturing industry." the Council said. "Our returning directors will continue their support and guidance as we proactively confront the challenges that exist for the remanufacturing industry."

The Remanufacturing Industries Council's board of directors illustrates the cross-industry nature of the council, with a total board representation of nine of the 12 recognized remanufacturing industries.

Headquartered in the greater Rochester, NY area, RIC is the unified voice for a global remanufacturing audience, leveraging its members and their networks to provide expertise on overcoming local and international challenges that impact the remanufacturing industry – from tools to technology to market acceptance and best practices. It is the creator of ANSI standard RIC001.1-2016: Specifications for the Process of Remanufacturing. The council is online at

Best Beverage Equipment Service
maintains strategically-placed offices in Arkansas, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi, Texas, Louisiana and Indiana, and covers parts of Florida, Missouri, Colorado, Kansas, Ohio, Iowa and Georgia. It offers on-site Service, preventive maintenance, roll-outs, installations, sales of new, used and rebuilt equipment, logistics management, call center capabilities and contractual equipment refurbishing. It also buys old equipment, primarily in large quantities.