GSI NAMES ANTHONY FIBLE AS NEW QUALITY MANAGER

GSI NAMES ANTHONY FIBLE AS NEW QUALITY MANAGER

GSI NAMES ANTHONY FIBLE, US VET, AS NEW QUALITY MANAGER Sherwood, AR Sep 11, 2017: Galley Support Innovations, Inc. announces the appointment of Anthony Fible as the new Quality Manager for the Arkansas Division. Mr. Fible will be responsible for assuring the...
Galley Support Innovations featured on ArkansasBusiness.com

Galley Support Innovations featured on ArkansasBusiness.com

One way to motivate and inspire employees is to help them see themselves in the company’s vision, says Gina Radke, co-founder and CEO of Galley Support Innovations Inc. of Sherwood, in Arkansas Business’ continuing video series on leadership. Radke, whose...
GSI NAMES CALEB PHILLIPS AS NEW ENGINEERING MANAGER

GSI NAMES CALEB PHILLIPS AS NEW ENGINEERING MANAGER

Galley Support Innovations, Inc. announces the appointment of Caleb Phillips as the new Engineering Manager for the Arkansas Division. Mr. Phillips will be responsible for leading the company’s product design and engineering operations. Mr. Phillips will report to...
GALLEY LATCH MANUFACTURER RECEIVES HUMANITARIAN AWARD OF SERVICE

GALLEY LATCH MANUFACTURER RECEIVES HUMANITARIAN AWARD OF SERVICE

Galley Support Innovations were awarded a special “Presidents Choice” Award from outgoing Sherwood Chamber President Mack Hutchinson at the annual Sherwood Chamber Banquet. President Hutchinson awarded GSI with the Humanitarian Award of Service for the company’s...
GSI CEO Named AADA President

GSI CEO Named AADA President

Gina Radke, Chief Executive Officer of Galley Support Innovations, and the new President of the Arkansas Aerospace and Defense Alliance. The Arkansas Aerospace & Defense Alliance is a group of public and private aerospace companies, government agencies and...
Throw Back Thursday: The Frictionless Striker

Throw Back Thursday: The Frictionless Striker

When we introduced the frictionless striker in 2010 it was the solution the market needed. Prior to that time, strikers protruded into already limited cabinet space, were a risk for snagging clothing, were often contributors to loud noises when the latch was engaged...