Chandler Cleveland Named RPG Branch Manager

Press Release
Monday, March 25, 2013
Photo: Resource Power Group

Resource Power Group (RPG) appointed Chandler Cleveland as its Branch Manager, Doral (Miami) Operations effective immediately.

“Mr. Cleveland previously worked in both service and shop management of MaK products at RPG-Doral as well as in sales. Prior to coming to RPG, Chandler spent time in service and product support roles for the parent company Louisiana Cat, working with Caterpillar engine products,” said Dan Kabel, Vice-President and General Manager for RPG.

The announcement comes after the recent announcements of RPG’s appointment by Napier Turbochargers as an authorized service, repair and spare parts center as well as other key appointments at the Houston facility.

In his new role, Cleveland will oversee the sales and operations for the southeast U.S., south Florida, and Caribbean. He will also continue to handle certain key accounts on the Gulf Coast.

www.rpgmarine.com

 

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