Mercury Marine announces personnel changes

Author:
Updated:
Original:

Mercury Marine announced several appointments within its global finance organization.

Bob Flesch was named director of global finance operations. In this role, Flesch has financial responsibility for manufacturing, distribution, procurement, capital expenditures, product development and engineering, Mercury Racing and Mercury Marine’s manufacturing operations in Asia.

Flesch has been with Mercury Marine for 26 years and has held a number of finance and strategy positions of increasing responsibility. He was most recently Mercury’s division controller for commercial operations. Flesch has an MBA from the University of Wisconsin in Oshkosh.

Andy Winget was named engine business unit controller. In this role, Winget has financial responsibility for Mercury’s engine business in North America, Central America, South America and the Caribbean. Winget also will maintain responsibility for the Mercury Marine Group’s financial planning and analysis function.

A 10-year employee of Brunswick Corp., Winget has worked at Mercury Marine for the past seven years, most recently as division controller for Mercury’s Service and Marine Parts & Accessories unit. He has an MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. Winget is also a certified management accountant and a CPA.

Katie Peltier was named business unit controller for Mercury’s Service and Marine Parts & Accessories unit. In this role, Peltier has financial responsibility for the Mercury parts, oil, remanufacturing, inflatable boats and service businesses, in addition to Attwood marine accessories and Land ‘N’ Sea distribution. She also will assume responsibility for the financial support of Mercury’s non-marine business development activities.

Peltier has been with Brunswick for 23 years, including the last seven at Mercury Marine. She was most recently chief financial officer of the CMD joint venture in Charleston, S.C. She has an MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management. She is also a CPA.

Click here for the full release.

Related

Future Sales Focal Point

This month’s Pulse Report survey asks if inventory levels and other concerns will be a factor in boat-show participation. Take the survey here.

ABYC Releases ‘Largest Update’ of Standards

The 61st supplement of its Standards and Technical Information Reports for Small Craft includes electric propulsion and electrical systems.

Fort Myers Tech Receives Training Support

Yamaha and the Marine Industries Association of Southwest Florida and Tampa Bay donate to the college’s new maintenance certification program.

LCI Reports Record Q2

The parent of OEM supplier Lippert Components saw a 108 percent increase in net sales to $1.1 billion.

Cox Marine Addresses the Supply Chain

The diesel outboard manufacturer brings all sub-assembly production in-house to obviate delivery issues.

Boat Shows and Dealer Week Are Calls to Action

Shows are one of the best ways to connect face-to-face with customers, and MRAA’s signature conference can give insights into achieving retail success.