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Marinetek North America rolls out personnel changes

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The Marinetek North America team is Ville Leisti, technical director; Francis Werner, controller; Richard Murray, president and managing director; Yelena Reynus, accountant; Kyle Collins, project manager; Carmine Colclough, factory foreman; Bob Berry, project development manager); and Jonna Alanko, design and engineering manager.

The Marinetek North America team is Ville Leisti, technical director; Francis Werner, controller; Richard Murray, president and managing director; Yelena Reynus, accountant; Kyle Collins, project manager; Carmine Colclough, factory foreman; Bob Berry, project development manager); and Jonna Alanko, design and engineering manager.

Marinetek North America was reorganized and is under new management.

Former sales director Richard Murray is now president and managing director and Francis Werner was named the new controller.

Murray, who replaces Kent Johansson, has been with Marinetek since 2010 and has worked in the marina construction industry for more than 15 years.

“Each and every project will be managed to achieve complete customer satisfaction,” Murray said in a statement.

Werner has more than 35 years of experience as a CFO and controller for manufacturing firms. He replaces Risto Keponen, who has resigned.

“Congratulations to both gentlemen,” Marinetek Group CEO Ilkka Seppälä said. “We look forward to success in 2014 and beyond as Marinetek North America continues to grow and gain market share in the U.S.A.”

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