Hytrol has named Ashley Royse cost accountant. Royse will be responsible for determining costs of products and services, helping to analyze product and company performance.
Royse joins Hytrol after a stint as the cost accountant for Big River Steel in Osceola and has been in the accounting field for nearly eight years.
“Ashley’s experience, both in accounting and within manufacturing, made her a great fit for this position,” said Hytrol CFO Daniel McAdoo. “Hytrol is in a position to achieve significant growth, and Ashley will help us to lay the foundation so that we can move forward both quickly and smartly.”
Royse graduated from Central Methodist University in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in accounting, and took on various accounting roles upon graduation.
“The more I learned about Hytrol, the more it seemed like a great fit for me,” said Royse. “There is a great team in place already, and it’s an exciting opportunity to help improve the performance and efficiency of a solid company.”