Member News: Personnel Changes at Evonik and Marmon/Keystone

NFPA member news is designed to inform members of key industry updates in quick, bite-sized posts that provide only the most important information. This week’s updates come from Evonik Oil Additives USA, Inc. and Marmon/Keystone Corporation.

Evonik Industries LogoEvonik Oil Additives USA, Inc. recently appointed Drew Kohler as marketing manager for DYNAVIS® Americas. This newly created position was made to help their customers in South, Central, and North America be more efficient in their use of hydraulic equipment. It will extend what the company has already done for customers in Europe and Asia. Kohler will be responsible for marketing, licensing, and new business development. Read more here.


 

Marmon/Keystone LogoMarmon/Keystone Corporation recently announced the retirement of Rick Kienzle, the company’s Corporate Credit Manager. He had been with the company for 41 years, starting as a Regional Credit Analyst before working his way up to Corporate Credit Manager in 1991. Tom Fern has taken over Kienzle’s duties and is responsible for credit control and collection for the company’s locations in the United States and Mexico. He has been with the company for 28 years. Read the full release here.

 

Is your company making news? Let us know! Send your press releases regarding acquisitions, key personnel changes, moves, and expansions to Katrina Schwarz at kschwarz@nfpa.com.

 

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