OPF Fluid Transfer Group
reorganizes its operations
Jun 2, 2009 1:43 PM
OPW Fluid Transfer Group has made several strategic organizational changes. The company will streamline OPW’s four business units and eight global operations into two global business units. These two units are:
•OPWFTG Global Transportation Business Unit, consisting of two market-focused entities:
—Global Rail Business Unit
—Global Cargo Tank/Truck Business Unit
•OPWFTG Global Chemical & Industrial Business Unit, focused on fluid handling, transfer, loading and unloading systems in the chemical and industrial processing markets.
As a result of the reorganization, several new positions within the company have been created.
Global Transportation Business Unit:
•Tom Zant has been appointed to lead the Global Transportation Business Unit as vice-president, reporting directly to President Tim Warning.
•Kevin Cook has been appointed director, Global Rail Business Unit, reporting to Zant.
•Simon Hill has been appointed director, Global Cargo Tank/Truck Business Unit, reporting to Zant.
•Dan Taylor has been named site manager of the company’s Kansas City manufacturing operation, responsible for finance, manufacturing, and supply chain. He will report to Zant.
Global Chemical & Industrial Business Unit:
•Jeff Reichert has been appointed to lead the Global Chemical & Industrial Business Unit as vice-president, reporting directly to Warning.
•Greg Carrino has been appointed director, Sales & Marketing–Global Chemical & Industrial Business Unit.
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