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Moeller Marine Products has new president

The Moore Co. said Douglas Linder was named the division president of Moeller Marine Products.
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The Moore Co. said Douglas Linder was named the division president of Moeller Marine Products.

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Linder most recently was vice president of operations for the Crane Pumps & Systems Division, where he managed four physical plant locations in Ohio and abroad.

Before that, he was with Borgwarner Thermal Systems in North Carolina. During more than 10 years at Borgwarner, he held the position of senior manufacturing operations and engineering manager and of operations manager for three divisions: in North Carolina, South Carolina, and the United Kingdom.

His early career consists of four years in the Energy and Engine Division of Delphi Automotive Systems in Flint, Mich.

The appointment was effective Monday. Linder succeeds Gary Eich, who is retiring at the end of June.

“Moeller is the No. 1 rotational molder in the recreational marine industry and the 14th largest across all industries nationwide,” Moore Co. CEO Dana Barlow said in a statement.

“Our success is a function of quality, integrity, and service. As we continue to expand our product offerings to the recreational marine and other industries, we need a leader who will propel us to even greater achievements. Doug combines ethical management with an outstanding background in manufacturing operations, and I am very pleased to welcome him on board.”

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