Amramp, a family-owned franchise network providing commercial accessibility solutions for people with limited mobility, announces that Justin Gordon has been named its new Chief Executive Officer.

Julian Gordon founded the business in 1998. Under Julian’s direction, Amramp has grown into a coast-to-coast network of franchise locations across the US and parts of Canada. The company’s solutions include modular wheelchair ramps, stairlifts, vertical platform lifts and more, which it manufactures and supports from its South Boston location, according to a media release.

Amramp New Leadership

In October 2020, Julian handed the Amramp reins to his youngest son, Justin. After graduating from Boston University, Justin worked for 5 years in the pharmaceutical industry and came to Amramp in 2013. He started as an installer and worked his way up through the organization.

Justin shares Julian’s core values and brings with him his own perspectives and strengths for the continued success of Amramp. He will be leading the franchise support, manufacturing and customer service operations, the release continues.

“It was so smooth, as Justin is well prepared, and focuses on the benefits for our team and franchise partners. Amramp’s team is well prepared for what the future challenges might be.”

— Julian Gordon, Founder

This announcement comes as Amramp is preparing to move its international headquarters to Randolph, Mass, a suburb of Boston, in early 2021.

Julian Gordon transitions to being Chairman and Founder of Amramp. Julian’s middle son, Jon Gordon, is a sales representative, servicing the metro Boston area.

“As we grow and move forward, we remember those core values that my father, Julian has exhibited through his career in building Amramp into the extraordinary company it is – a dependable, dedicated and self-motivated team with a can-do attitude and a tireless pursuit of results that sets us apart from our competitors.

“Every wheelchair ramp, stairlift or other product we install changes someone’s life. There is a common message we receive from our customers, over and over – our customers tell us they are thankful that an empathic, caring person helped them when they needed it.”

— Justin Gordon, new CEO

[Source(s): Amramp, PRWeb]

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