The International Credit Executives of Wisconsin (ICE)  helps members with key elements to be successful in the global marketplace:

  • Understanding the economic and political conditions in your markets
  • Meeting customer needs for credit terms and sales financing
  • Maximizing sales and profits by making sound business decisions
  • Networking with professionals engaged in international business.


ICE offers solutions & tools to realize sales & profits. Members “roll-up their sleeves” and engage with manufacturing and service industry experts to share expertise and experience. Learning and networking are key elements of the ICE Group. The ICE board of directors includes representatives from these member companies…

  • Crescendo Trade Risk
  • Johnsonville Sausage LLC
  • LR International
  • National Presto Industries
  • Newstead Credit & Political Risk, Inc
  • Phoenix Products LLC
  • Taylor Dynamometer
  • US Bank
  • US Department of Commerce
  • The Vollrath Co., LLC
  • WMEP Manufacturing Solutions


For information on the next ICE Group meeting or if you would like complete details about membership, call Wisconsin Credit Association today, (262) 289-1224 or email Wayne Crosby.

To view a copy of the ICE GROUP RULES & PROCEDURES, click HERE.

Every year the ICE Scholarship Committee chooses eligible students for its educational scholarship.

Click Here for Eligibility Guidelines.

Click Here for an application to apply for the ICE Group International Scholarship.

International Credit Reports

Some organizations discuss exporting and the “how to’s” from the broadest of perspectives.  As a result, managers get excited about the markets waiting for them and their company’s products…and rightfully.  However, the factors involved in long-term success go way beyond the broad explorations of the market potential.  ICE offers the details you need to ensure success in the international marketplace.

International Collections

The Business Credit Management Association’s Wisconsin Commercial Recovery Services can handle recovery of your large or small commercial debt ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD. Call Wisconsin Credit Association with any questions, at (262) 827-2880.

Contact ICE

15755 W Rogers Drive, Suite 100
PO Box 510157
New Berlin WI  53151-0157
Phone: (262) 827-2880 or (888) 546-2880



Paul Jarzombek, LR International
Voice: 630.350.7100 |

Joy Krugel, Johnsonville Sausage LLC
Voice: 920.453.6912 |

Chairperson Elect
Jeff Brown, Taylor Dynamometer
Voice: 414.459.3581 |

Seth Reatherford, Newstead Credit & Political Risk, Inc.
Voice: 847.869.9093 |

Susan Grover, Power Test Inc.
Voice: 262.252.4301 |

Councilor- Emeritus
John Cornell, Crescendo Trade Risk
Voice: 414.269.8655 |


1-Year Term Directors

Dave Pierre, CMD Corporation
Voice: 920.380.8295 |

Roxanne Baumann, WMEP Manufacturing Solutions
Voice: 262.442.8279 |

2-Year Term Directors

Alyssa Zarling, Kohl’s Department Stores
Voice: 414.973.3358 |

Brad Crossman, Vollrath Co., LLC
Voice: 920.459.5211 |

Government Liaison

Koreen Grube, US Department of Commerce
Voice: 414.217.8333 |

2022 ICE Charity

The International Credit Executives of Wisconsin (ICE) Advisory Board is pleased, for the first time, to support an international charity in 2022. The ICE Board chose Friendship Bridge Charity whose mission is to create opportunities that empower Guatemalan women to build better lives for themselves, their families, and communities. The charity was suggested by board member Lynn Benishek, who at the time represented Phoenix Lighting, and is active in Friendship Bridge’s Oconomowoc, WI Circle. The Circle is a group of volunteers who host social gatherings, organize fundraising efforts, and help spread the word with friends, family, and acquaintances in the local community about Friendship Bridge.

Through the ICE Group’s November auction four handmade Friendship Baskets were bid on and raised $250. The ICE Group matched the bids and donated a total of $500 to the charity that we hope will be our first deposit against the Group’s goal of raising between $1,500 and $3,000 in the coming year.

To learn more about this wonderful organization or to make a donation, click the buttons below.