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Kinedyne taps Canadian prez to help lead global sales and marketing

BRANCHBURG, N.J. -- Kinedyne Canada president Larry Harrison has been promoted to the position of vice-pr...

BRANCHBURG, N.J. — Kinedyne Canada president Larry Harrison has been promoted to the position of vice-president of sales and marketing for Kinedyne’s global operations, the company announced.

The move was part of a shake-up intended to strengthen the company’s global sales and operational structure.

Harrison has been with Kinedyne Canada since 2001, first as general manager and later as president. The company says Harrison was instrumental in the Canadian operation’s success. Harrison will now oversee global sales initiatives, developing new markets, and implementing a unified strategic approach to the company’s marketing activities.

“I’m proud to be a part of Kinedyne’s next chapter,” said Harrison. “We are enhancing the infrastructure that supports each of our facilities with the goal to expand on our reputation in the marketplace for supplying premium products, world class service, and operational efficiency.”

Meanwhile, Steve Atzeni has been named vice-president of operations for North America. He has been with Kinedyne for 22 years, most recently overseeing operations at the company’s New Jersey, Alabama and Kansas locations.

Romolo DiVito has been named the new general manager of Kinedyne Canada and will report to Atzeni.

“Kinedyne is committed to being a Best-in-Class supplier of cargo control products,” announced James Klausmann II, Kinedyne’s executive vice-president. “The combined strength of our world class sales force and our state-of-the-art manufacturing capabilities will help solidify our ongoing commitment to provide the best overall value to our customers. We are changing the way we look at geographic borders and putting the infrastructure in place we will need to support each facility, regardless of it’s location around the world.”

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