Wartsila Diesel Announces Recent Personnel Appointments
Wartsila Diesel has announced the following new personnel appointments: Chestertown, Md.—Gary Fesenbek has been appointed materials manager for Wartsila Diesel's North America operation. He will be based at the headquarters office in Chestertown.
Max Haga has joined the Chestertown office as technical service superintendent. He has worked for Wartsila Diesel in Vaasa, Finland, for five years.
New Orleans, La.—Lennart Rosengren has joined Wartsila Diesel as service engineer. He was formerly based at WD, Gothenburg in Sweden and is now based at the New Orleans facility.
Linda Cannon was appointed manager, customer training and documentation for North America.
A new training center for customer training is to be developed and located on the New Orleans premises.
Seattle, Wash.—Joseph Gnagey has been named branch manager for the Seattle office. He was formerly the vice president of operations with Alaska Trawl Fisheries, Inc.
Miami, Fla.—Frits Tan has joined Wartsila Diesel as service engineer in the Miami office. He was formerly a field superintendent with Golten Service Company.
Matts Ramqvist has joined the company as supervisor in the Miami office. He was formerly the service area manager with SWD Gulf in Miami and has held various positions with SW Diesel for the past 10 years.
Santo Domingo, D.R. (The Service Department)—Hans Van Den Berg has been appointed service superintendent for the Santo Domingo office. He was formerly employed by Golten Service Company as a field superintendent.
Leif Julen has joined the Santo Domingo office as electrical service engineer. He was previously employed as Commissioning Engineer for ABB Generation.
Jascha Gustafsson has joined Wartsila Diesel, Inc., as service supervisor in Santo Domingo. He joined the company from the Wartsila Diesel Service Group in Vaasa, Finland.
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