Kissee Joins TMPS Leadership Team

By Eric Haun
Friday, July 18, 2014

Trans Marine Propulsion Systems, Inc. (TMPS) announced that Chuck Kissee has joined its leadership team as the Director of Business Development to support Anglo Belgian Corporation (ABC) diesel engine sales.

"TMPS is excited to have Chuck leading our expansion in our diesel engine sales division," stated Shane Roeser, TMPS President. “Chuck has years of strategic partnerships and experience selling diesel engines. I knew from our first meeting he would be a solid addition to our team and would support our efforts in sales for the Anglo Belgian Corporation (ABC) diesel engine line.” TMPS has been the United States sales and service center for ABC since 2013.

“ABC has been manufacturing diesel engines since 1912 and was one of the first licensees for Rudolf Diesel’s engine design. They have a reputation for building robust engines, with low fuel / lube oil consumption and life cycle costs. ABC has 24 engine deliveries for the North American market this year, but that is just the beginning,” Kissee said.

Prior to joining TMPS, Chuck spent eight years working for Fairbanks Morse developing and implementing sales strategies that resulted in over a 128% increase in engine sales and for the six years prior to Fairbanks Morse, he worked for MAN Diesel North America focusing on sales for their medium speed diesel engines.

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