Brennan Industries Names New GMs

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Friday, June 07, 2013
Michael Caliebe

Brennan Industries named new general managers at three of its distributions centers.

Michael Caliebe was named general manager of Brennan’s Ohio distribution center, located in Solon, Ohio. Caliebe joined Brennan in 2000 as a regional sales manager and in 2007 was promoted to operations manager at the Ohio distribution center prior to becoming general manager. He has more than 20 years of experience in the hydraulic, pneumatic and construction equipment industries.

Nick Longo was named general manager of Brennan’s Washington distribution center, located in Sumner, Wash. Longo joined Brennan as an OEM manager 16 years ago and prior to his promotion to general manager, he was the operations manager for the Washington distribution center.

John Perone was named general manager of Brennan’s California distribution center, located in Lake Forest, Calif. Perone joined Brennan in 2011 as operations manager for the California distribution center and has more than 25 years of sales, marketing and distribution experience.

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