Co-Founder & CEO
Logistics has a saying that once it gets in your blood, you’ll love it and never leave. That certainly applies to Cinda Monday who has worked in the industry for more than 30 years. Her career spans startups to small businesses to Fortune 500 companies. A graduate of Indiana University, she is an accountant by trade, but an entrepreneur at heart. She met Kurt while working for a warehousing business in Indianapolis. The two identified an unfilled niche for sub-assembly, kitting, and packaging and formed Monday Voigt Products together in 2005.
In becoming an entrepreneur, Cinda saw an imbalance of women owners within the industry. She led Monday Voigt Products through the rigorous process of earning the Women Business Enterprise Certification. She is an active member of the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) and served as the organization’s committee co-chair from 2018-2020. She is widely recognized for her work in this area receiving a special honor for leadership by the Great Lakes Women’s Business Council in 2017.
When not in the office, you can find Cinda and her husband Terry volunteering at the Humane Society of Indianapolis. They are passionate animal welfare advocates dedicated to fundraising and finding great pets great homes. Together the couple has fostered and rescued numerous four-legged friends.
Co-Founder & President
Kurt started his career in the steel industry before moving into the automotive world and eventually logistics. Kurt’s focus on putting customers first led to his success in sales. However, he saw far too many companies taking a “profit over people” approach. In talking with Cinda on a Friday, he knew they had an opportunity to do something different. By Monday, the two had a business plan focusing on core operations of kitting and packaging and core values of putting the customer at the center of everything. The strategy paid off quickly, paving the way for business expansion.
Kurt grew up around a family business. Combined with a degree from DePauw University and many years of experience in finance, manufacturing and distribution, he knows how to make an enterprise successful. One key lesson formed the leader he is today: how you treat people makes all the difference.
In his free time, Kurt enjoys spending time with his wife, Star, and four adult children. He and Star love to travel, but his real escape comes from listening to all genres of music. Be sure to ask him about some of his favorites.