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Dometic Marine names marine division VP

Dometic Group promoted Ned Trigg to executive vice president of the company’s marine division.

Dometic Group promoted Ned Trigg to executive vice president of the company’s marine division.

Trigg will be the business leader for the marine OEM and aftermarket divisions for the Americas region. This includes sales, application engineering, customer service, manufacturing operations and new product development strategies.

“Ned Trigg brings a wealth of experience across all of our target markets — from leisure boating and yachting to workboat, commercial and military markets,” Dometic Americas president Frank Marciano said in a statement.

“Over the last 27 years, Mr. Trigg has worked closely with our design, engineering, manufacturing and sales teams, offering boatbuilders and end-customers a single source for innovative comfort products and on-board systems. I have personally worked with Ned for over 16 years, and I can think of no one better to take on this important role.”

Trigg’s previous role was senior vice president of global system sales in the marine division. He spent two years in the United States and three years in Dometic’s Dorset, U.K., office in that role.

His prior positions at Dometic were vice president of global system sales and senior director of international and OEM marine sales, both U.S.-based. Earlier in his career he was manager of international sales at Cruisair and Taylor Made Environmental, a marine equipment provider that Dometic acquired in 2003.

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