W&O Supply Adds New Positions

Tuesday, April 10, 2007
W&O Supply announces one new hire and two promotions to support the company’s growth. To provide management and leadership for the company’s mission critical services, W&O Supply has created a new department dubbed Shared Services. W&O Supply’s Shared Services department combines materials management, information technology, warehousing and logistics, enabling the company to improve communication and workflow between these services for its 13 locations across the U.S. John Kilbride has been promoted to Vice President of Shared Services and is responsible for the seamless integration and management of these services which are shared by all W&O Supply branches.

Carl Herman has been promoted to Director of Materials Management and SPACE Valve Products. In this position, Herman will manage multiple product lines, including SPACE valves. In addition, W&O Supply welcomes Kevin Smith. Smith has been hired as a Sales Engineer for the Engineered Products and Automation division. Based in Houston, he will serve W&O Supply’s offshore energy client base.

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