Power Products names senior vice president

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Power Products LLC named David Johnson senior vice president of the marine and mobile division for the Americas.

Johnson’s responsibilities will include strategic planning, customer satisfaction, financial performance and new-product development for the Americas. He will provide leadership for the sales, marketing, product management, engineering, customer and technical service departments based in the United States.

Johnson has than 30 years of experience in the marine industry, and his background includes sales, marketing and management positions in multiple market channels.

With Blue Sea Systems since 2002, he has held various leadership roles, most recently as senior vice president.

“David’s strong industry background and electrical knowledge will provide a distinct advantage to our company’s strategic growth and our commitment to exceed our customers’ expectations,” Power Products LLC marine and industrial division president Chris McClain said in a statement. “He will bring a high level of passion, strategic prioritization and team collaboration to our marine and mobile businesses.”

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