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Changing Places

Trojan Battery Co., a leading manufacturer of deep-cycle batteries, appointed John Warren as its chief financial officer.

“As CFO, John’s responsibilities include financial management of the entire Trojan Battery organization, which includes Safe-Start, a wholly owned subsidiary of Trojan Battery. John’s finance expertise was instrumental in helping Trojan successfully complete the acquisition of Safe-Start earlier this year,” company president Jeff Elder said in a statement.

Prior to joining Trojan Battery in 2006, Warren served in a variety of financial operations management positions with ConAgra Foods and Mattel Inc. and was responsible for manufacturing and corporate finance, planning and analysis.

He received an M.B.A. from the Boston University Graduate School of Management with an emphasis in finance. He earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Framingham State College in Framingham, Mass.

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Dana Scott was named director of sales and marketing for SpinSheet Publishing Co.

SpinSheet’s publications include SpinSheet magazine, PropTalk magazine, Start Sailing Now, and The PortBook.

“Over the past 10 years, Dana has grown the sales department and started many new marketing initiatives. As our business has expanded to include four publications and four marine websites, we needed someone to manage all of our marketing and sales. Dana was the natural choice with her energy and creativity,” publisher Mary Ewenson said in a statement.

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Dometic Marine recently appointed Aneta Mielniczuk as aftermarket sales manager for Poland. Mielniczuk has core responsibility for driving sales, further strengthening customer relationships and establishing new partners within the country.

“Poland is an important region for Dometic Marine, and we are seeing a continuous growth within the leisure boating market that requires a driven and experienced aftermarket sales manager,” Dometic Poland managing director Marcin Klimczewski said in a statement. “Bringing Aneta on board will allow us to enhance the service provided to our existing customers, as well as increase brand awareness and business growth through several new channels and markets.”

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