Gus Reall is chief executive at Stolle Machinery Co, a leader in the manufacture of equipment for two-piece food and beverage canmaking plants. After graduating at colleges in New York State, he started his career in 1983 as an engineer at National Standard Company’s Wagner Litho Division in the three-piece canmaking business.
He moved to Sequa Can Machinery in 1988, serving in a number of roles before becoming general manager, and then corporate vice president of the parent Sequa Corporation, which in 2004 was merged with Stolle Machinery, where he became president. He has BSME and MBA degrees.
Reall assumed his current position when Japan’s Toyo Seikan Kaisha acquired Stolle Machinery.
He lives in Colorado with his wife Dawn and two sons.