Changing Places


Dometic Marine recently appointed Wes Oebel as account manager for aftermarket sales in the Western region.

Based in Seattle, Oebel will have core responsibility for further strengthening sales, as well as supporting aftermarket customers.

An engineering graduate of Texas A&M University, Oebel joins Dometic with more than 10 years of manufacturing and product sales experience in the automation industry.

“I’m delighted to welcome Wes to the team and have every confidence that his previous experience will enable him to be successful in his new role at Dometic,” Dometic vice president of U.S. aftermarket sales Ken Taranto said in a statement. “The expansion of our aftermarket sales team is reflective of our strategy to offer exceptional support and service and will enable us to further strengthen relationships with customers in this important region.”

Dometic supplies a range of air-conditioning, sanitation and other equipment from Cruisair, Marine Air and SeaLand, as well as its own Dometic brand.


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