Naisby to Lead Caterpillar Marine in Asia

Wednesday, January 06, 2010
Photo courtesy Caterpillar Inc.

Caterpillar Marine Power Systems appointed Alan Naisby as MaK Asia Managing Director based in Shanghai, China. Naisby brings 30 years of business development, sales, marketing, and management experience in the diesel engine industry.  Prior to joining Caterpillar, he was with Rostra Precision Controls and Lucas Industries, including management experiences in the UK, USA, and Korea.  After joining Caterpillar in 1998, Naisby managed a variety of marketing teams in the USA and Germany for Caterpillar Fuel Systems. 

Most recently, he has served as the Director of Marketing for Caterpillar Global Petroleum, based in Houston, Texas, USA.  During his six-year tenure with that group, he was responsible for developing and implementing growth strategies for Cat power products in the oil & gas industry.

In his new role, Naisby will manage the growing team of sales and product support representatives for the MaK brand throughout Asia Pacific, creating and executing a strategic plan to facilitate continued growth in the region. 

(marine.cat.com)

 

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