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Kinedyne adds to management team

BRANCHBURG, N.J. -- Kinedyne has bolstered its management team with three additions, including Ralph Abato, a longtime industry veteran.


BRANCHBURG, N.J. — Kinedyne has bolstered its management team with three additions, including Ralph Abato, a longtime industry veteran.

Abato will fill the newly created position of vice-president, strategic initiatives for the company. The 28-year industry veteran will be charged with evaluating, developing and nurturing new product and market opportunities, the company announced.

“We see tremendous opportunities both domestically and abroad for Ralph to reinforce and expand best practices in the field of cargo securement and to lead our efforts with new products and markets beyond the scope of our traditional business,” said James Klausmann II, executive vice-president of Kinedyne.

Also joining Kinedyne is Paul Wolford, who was named director of engineered solutions, overseeing the Canadian and US markets. Wolford worked for the company from 1981 to 2000, and “played a pivotal role in the company’s growth and success during that time,” the company announced.

Also joining Kinedyne is Mark Arnold, formerly of Conway Freight and FedEx Freight. He’ll work with management to seek operational efficiencies through detailed analysis, will implement training programs and incorporate customer feedback into the company’s operations, Kinedyne announced.

“We’re pleased with the addition of these respected professionals,” said Larry Harrison, Kinedyne’s vice-president of sales and marketing. “They bring a wealth of experience and knowledge of the trucking industry and load securement requirements to our Company. Real growth opportunities for our business are greatly enhanced with these additions to our staff.”


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