Kriner Joins Resource Power Group

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Engine sales and service company, Resource Power Group (RPG) has appointed Michael Kriner as the company’s Houston Branch Manager. The focus of the Houston branch of the MaK and large bore engine business will be Texas and the Gulf of Mexico territories.
Kriner is a graduate of the US Merchant Marine Academy. He was previously employed as the Houston Operations Manager for ABB Turbocharger, Inc and before that as Repair Manager for Houston Ship Repair. “Bringing Mike on board is a key step in RPG’s plan to build a strong engine service and repair presence to the Houston market. Mike has a tremendous amount of experience in the turbocharger business and a strong background in ship repair. This makes him a very valuable addition to the team” said Sean Carey, General Manager of Resource Power Group.
“Mike is another key addition to the RPG management team, This team is propelling our medium and slow speed engine business forward with a heightened sense of urgency for our customers. Our goal is to combine commercial experience, technical experience, and deep industry knowledgein order to better support our customers.,” said Robert Webb.
Resource Power Group (RPG) is a leading supplier of medium speed engines and services for large bore diesel and natural gas engines. RPG is also the authorized dealer for marine MaK engines in the US Gulf, southeast US, and the Caribbean territories.


 

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