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Western Branch Diesel adds new manager

Billy Lambe joined Western Branch Diesel’s team as technical manager for marine, construction and industrial in North Carolina.

Lambe will support Western Branch Diesel’s efforts to grow its sales and service business in the North Carolina territory that the company assumed last year from Clarke Power Services (formerly Covington Power Services).

Located in the Greensboro area to serve both marine, and construction and industrial business segments, Lambe will primarily work out of the company’s Beaufort branch at the Jarrett Bay Marine Industrial Park and within the coastal marine community to help the branch grow.

Lambe joined Covington immediately after his graduation from Nashville Diesel College and has amassed more than 30 years of experience and knowledge with Detroit Diesel.

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