Dometic Marine Appoints Haynes

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Wednesday, May 01, 2013
Ben Haynes

Dometic Marine signaled its intent to focus on the commercial market with the appointment of 25-year company employee Ben Haynes to the Commercial and Military Marine portion of Dometic Americas.

International Technical Sales Manager Haynes, who has worked with the Asia Pacific group for the past five years, will have key responsibility for generating sales in the Pacific North West, along with North West and North East Canada.

The appointment is part of Dometic Group’s recent global reorganization, led by CEO Roger Johansson, which consolidated the company’s global market focus to three large geographical regions.

The commercial and military markets are key focus areas for Dometic Marine. The company is currently a major supplier of HVAC and toilet systems to the commercial, military and workboat market with its products found on tugboats, ferries, patrol boats, hovercrafts, coast guard boats and more.
 

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