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  • 25 Aug 2021

EverGreene Tag & Label Group hires quality manager

EverGreene Tag & Label Group has hired Cindy Corbin as its new quality manager/continuous improvement engineer for its three operating companies

EverGreene Tag & Label Group has hired Cindy Corbin as its new quality manager/continuous improvement engineer for its three operating companies—ALG Labels and Graphics, Dixie Labels, and Mid-South Design. She will be responsible for leading quality and production performance at each company.

Corbin brings more than 25 years of quality management experience, including operations management, P&L performance, project management and execution, and quality systems integration. Her capabilities cover lean manufacturing and Six Sigma principles, creating a framework for continuous improvement, and utilizing performance-management metrics.  
 
‘The entire management team across our three operating companies is very excited to have Cindy on board and for the opportunity to build on our collective accomplishments to date,’ said David Ehrhardt, CEO, managing partner. ‘As a champion of lean manufacturing and Six Sigma principles, she has a proven record of successfully improving processes and creating efficiencies. But equally as important is her ability to create a team culture that enhances the contribution of individual workers.’  
 
Prior to joining EverGreene Tag and Label Group, Corbin served as senior manager-Process Quality with NCP Solutions, Birmingham, Ala., with responsibility for all quality initiatives from file receipt to final processing. She has certification as a Lean Six Sigma and Green Belt, and RAB ISO 9000 Certified Lead Auditor.  
 
Her professional experience includes developing quality systems to meet several quality management system standards such as: ISO 9000, ISO 9100, AS 9100, TS 19649, Verband der deutschen Automobilindustrie E.V. (VDA 6.3) audits, and SOC II Compliance audits. 

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