Sherman+Reilly® announces the appointment of David Ring as its new CEO and President

David Ring
Sherman+Reilly® announces the appointment of
David Ring as its new CEO and President

CHATTANOOGA, TN – Effective Immediately, Mr. David Ring will assume the roles of CEO and President for Sherman+Reilly, previously held by Michael H. Dunn, who will continue as the company's Chairman and to whom Mr. Ring will report.

Following the re-acquisition of Sherman+Reilly in 2019 by Mr. Dunn and his business partner Douglas Diamond, the company has gone through a period of accelerated revenue and profit growth, operational refinement, and product line expansion.   “We have an outstanding management team” stated Dunn.  “The addition of Dave Ring as the new CEO of Sherman & Reilly will ensure that the Company continues to be a leader in the electric utility industry in the years ahead.”

Mr. Ring joins Sherman+Reilly from Ligchine International Corporation where he served as CEO for the past 5 years. Prior assignments included leadership and board roles for a number of industrial enterprises.

Mr. Ring earned his MBA in International Business from Lehigh University.

Established in 1927, Sherman+Reilly remains a leading manufacturer of transmission and distribution equipment for North America’s Electric Utility Industry. Through generations of dedicated professionals, and being driven by a commitment to lineman safety, the company continues to design and manufacture stringing equipment that sets the standard, including a complete range of overhead and underground pullers, tensioners, reel trailers, and reel stands. The Sherman+Reilly block line is backed by 80+ years’ block manufacturing experience. For more information about the Sherman+Reilly line of transmission and distribution equipment, including a complete range of overhead and underground pullers, tensioners, reel trailers, reel stands, and blocks, contact Sherman+Reilly at 423-756-5300 or visit the Product page.


David Ring & Mike Dunn
New S+R CEO & President David Ring with Chairman Mike Dunn