Trinity Marine Products Appoint Executives

Press Release
Thursday, July 19, 2012

Trinity Marine Products, Inc., a subsidiary of Trinity Industries, Inc. announce two new executive appointments

Tom Faherty has been promoted to President of Trinity Marine Products, replacing Paul Mauer, now Chief Operations Officer for TrinityRail.

He has held a number of positions within Trinity Marine Products. Most recently, serving as Vice President and General Manager of the tank barge product line. He brings 36 years of experience and knowledge in the marine industry to his new leadership role.

Stephen Sheridan has been promoted to Executive Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer of Trinity Marine Products. He has 37 years of industry experience in a variety of executive leadership positions. In his new role, Mr. Sheridan will focus on enhancing Trinity Marine’s commercial relationships.

Trinity Industries, Inc., headquartered in Dallas, Texas, is a multi-industry company that owns a variety of businesses which provide products and services to the industrial, energy, transportation, and construction sectors.

“We are extremely fortunate to have talented individuals like Tom and Stephen at Trinity Marine Products,” said William McWhirter, Senior Vice President, Trinity Industries, Inc. and Group President for Trinity’s Construction, Energy, Marine, and Parts & Components businesses.

 


 

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