Hyde Products, Inc., designers and manufacturers of ship's deck machinery, steering systems, oil spill recovery equipment and other marine and industrial equipment, recently announced the appointment of two new vice presidents at its Cleveland headquarters.
Parker L. Hay has been named vice president, engineering with corporate responsibility for engineering, production and materials control.
Mr. Hay has been Hyde's chief engineer since 1975 and has been a member of Hyde's engineering team since the company moved to Cleveland from Bath, Maine, in 1969. He has been involved in all aspects of Hyde's marine and industrial businesses and is a member of SNAME and ASTM Committee F-25 on Shipbuilding. Mr. Hay is the author of several SNAME technical papers and is currently chairman of the ASTM F-25 Deck Machinery Subcommittee Steering Gear Task Group.
Kurt Gyllenhaal is Hyde's new vice president, marketing with overall responsibility for Hyde's marine marketing, sales and service activities.
He was formerly marine sales manager and was responsible for negotiating contracts with the Republic of Korea Navy and several Korean shipyards which have resulted in 19 shipsets of deck machinery and steering system orders being placed with Hyde over the past four years. He was also instrumental in obtaining recent orders for Hyde equipment for current U.S. Navy newbuilding programs.
The new appointments were announced by Thomas P. Mackey, Hyde president and CEO, who also announced the promotion of Ms.
Jamie Roehm to the position of comptroller of the firm and manager of administrative services. She had been manager of the bookkeeping department and has been with Hyde in various accounting capacities since June 1973. In addition to her accounting management duties, Ms. Roehm will also be responsible for office, personnel and general administrative services.
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