Monitor Products names VP of sales and engineering

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Monitor Products said it named Andy Logan as a partner and as vice president of sales and engineering.

Monitor said Logan brings 25 years of experience, including a background in engineering, sales and overall business development. It includes 10 years at MerCruiser, where he was the lead engineer for the company’s exhaust and cooling system product lines.

During the past 15 years Logan started and developed several successful businesses, most recently including a consulting business providing product design and development services to domestic and international clients.

“This is an exciting addition to our team at Monitor Products looking long-term as we expand our customer base while continuing to provide the most innovative, cost-effective and customer focused heat transfer product solutions,” Carl Sunden, founder and president of Monitor Products, said in a statement.

“With his business development experience, and hands-on design skills we’re confident Andy will play a strategic role in expanding and deepening relationships not only in our key market areas, but also in growing new markets, as well.”


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