Waukesha Announces New Appointments

Friday, December 17, 1999
Waukesha Engine Division has announced the appointments of William M. McCormick to vice-president, engineering and Lloyd S. Beauchamp to vice-president, sales. In his new position, McCormick will be responsible for all product engineering and product development, as well as warranty administration, technical service and field service. McCormick previously held the position of vice-president, sales. In his new capacity, Beauchamp will be tasked with developing a dedicated worldwide (excluding Europe) unit sales force for both the gas compression and electrical power generation market. Beauchamp previously held the position of director, North American sales.
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