Clock Spring Announces Business Transformation Strategy

Clock Spring Announces Business Transformation Strategy

Expanded executive team and focus on customer service, product innovation


Houston (February 28, 2017) – Clock Spring Company, LP (Clock Spring) today announced the 25-year-old brand’s relaunch, transforming the business with a focus on safety, innovation, and stewardship.    The transformation includes today’s introduction of an enhanced executive team to carry out its new vision and a marketing communications refresh.

Matt Boucher was recruited to Clock Spring in 2016 due to his deep background leading business transformations. He was elected as president and CEO in late January. His 2017 focus is helping the Clock Spring team build skills and capabilities and partnering with customers to help them enhance safety, maintain and protect their capital investments, and preserve the environment.

Clock Spring also announced the promotion of Andrew Patrick and the appointments of Buddy Powers, Ivan Zavala, and David Teeter to newly created leadership roles. Twenty year Clock Spring veteran Patrick has been promoted to Executive Vice President of Global Sales, with responsibility for leading customer engagement programs and helping them enhance value with innovative composite solutions.  Powers, a 15-year Clock Spring veteran who recently returned after a two-year leadership position with Stress Engineering, has been named Vice President, Product Management and Technical Services. He is responsible for listening to customers, understanding the challenges they face, and developing technically superior solutions.

Zavala is Clock Spring’s Senior Director, Manufacturing and Quality, with a focus on Lean Manufacturing, delivering higher quality products, and enhancing on-time delivery. Teeter is Manager, Health, Safety and Environmental, where he is establishing industry leading worksite safety policies and procedures and ensuring the company practices superior environmental stewardship.

“Andrew, Buddy, Ivan and David are key leaders in the Clock Spring transformation,” Boucher said. “Their collective expertise in customer service, product development, quality control, safety and environmental governance make them invaluable as we work to focus the business on innovation, stewardship, and growth.”

Concurrently, Clock Spring is transforming its marketing and communication to leverage its brand equity while better representing the new Clock Spring. The first step is a more contemporary, redesigned logo that was unveiled today. The company is additionally enhancing its reputation and engaging customers and distributors through the launch of a new website,, and by extensively leveraging social media channels.

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Kelly Kimberly