DAILY NEWS Nov 19, 2012 7:49 AM - 0 comments

Kinedyne announces personnel changes

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2012-11-19

BRANCHBURG, N.J. -- Kinedyne has announced Paul Wolford has rejoined the company as vice-president of sales and marketing.

He replaces Larry Harrison, former v.p. of sales and marketing who announced his resignation from the company.

“I’ve had a great career and truly valued my time with Kinedyne,” Harrison said.

James Klausmann, executive vice-president of Kinedyne said “Paul recently returned to Kinedyne where he spent over 18 years in pivotal roles, contributing to the company’s growth and success during that time period. We are now looking forward to the leadership Paul will bring to our sales organization in the coming years and we are very excited about the opportunities that are already underway.”

In other personnel news, Kinedyne announced the resignation of Ralph Abato as vice-president of strategic initiatives.

“It is with regret that I have decided to leave Kinedyne to pursue other opportunities,” Abato said in a release. “I have enjoyed working for the organization and appreciate the support the team provided me during my time with the company.”

Klausmann added “I appreciate the efforts, contributions and professionalism of Larry and Ralph. Kinedyne wishes both of them nothing but the best in their future endeavours and I am confident they will be successful in their new career opportunities.”


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