Dometic Appoints Aisa Pacific Regional Manager

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Thursday, June 13, 2013
Dennis Chiang

Supplier of marine air conditioning and sanitation equipment Dometic Marine has announced the promotion of Dennis Chiang to Asia Pacific Marine Divisional Manager.

Singapore-based Chiang has been with Dometic Marine for just longer than two years as Regional Marine OE & AM Sales Manager for Asia Pacific, and has been working with Dometic products for the past ten years.

Air conditioning, toilet, refrigeration and galley specialist Dometic Marine is targeting rapid growth in the Asia Pacific region and is currently working on a 14-boat project to supply air conditioning to patrol boats in Mumbai.

Dometic Marine has also completed the installation of its equipment on ten Indian Coast Guard patrol craft as part of an on-going 33-boat project for Timblo Dry Dock.

Earlier this year, Dometic Group announced a global reorganization which consolidated the company’s global market focus to three large geographical regions.

www.dometic.com/marine
 

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