W & O Supply Announces Leadership Changes

Wednesday, January 17, 2007
W&O Supply, a supplier of marine valves, pipe, fittings, engineered products and valve automation systems, announces a change in leadership. David Turner, currently the President and CEO of W&O Supply, has been promoted to the position of Director of Business Development for Pon Power, W&O Supply’s parent company, and Chairman of W&O Supply. In his new role, Turner will be tasked with growing the Pon division on a global basis during the next five years. Additionally, Turner will leverage marketing and growth opportunities in existing markets as well as execute against Pon Power’s global marine business growth goals. Turner’s new position requires his relocation to Holland where he will work out of the Pon Power headquarters in Almere, The Netherlands. In his role as Chairman of W&O Supply, Turner will ensure that both W&O Supply and newly acquired A-T controls maintain sufficient autonomy in pursuit of their aggressive growth strategies. Pon Power’s businesses include Pon Power Netherlands, Pon Power Scandinavia, Caterpillar, MaK Marine Engine and W&O Supply. Replacing David Turner as President and CEO of W&O Supply will be Jack Guidry, currently the company’s Vice President and National Sales Manager.
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