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8/1/2017 | 1 MINUTE READ

Doerken Corp. Appoints Kent Anderson as President

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Doerken Corp. USA, an operating unit of Dörken MKS-Systeme, Herdecke, Germany, has named Kent Anderson as president. The announcement was made by Dr. Martin Welp, CEO of Dörken MKS-Systeme.

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Doerken Corp. USA, an operating unit of Dörken MKS-Systeme, Herdecke, Germany, and a global leader in the manufacture of corrosion protection coating systems, has named Kent Anderson as president. The announcement was made by Dr. Martin Welp, CEO of Dörken MKS-Systeme.

According to the company, Frederick Schultz will lead the Doerken Corp. USA sales team in the newly created position of director of technical sale, reporting directly to Anderson.

“The appointment of Kent represents the next step in our continued growth plan for the North American market,” Dr. Welp says. “His knowledge of industry and his experience in high-level leadership and management roles will serve our customers with the highest standard of support. Our success has come about through the efforts of a dedicated staff, and Kent will continue that tradition.”

“I’m excited to be part of the Doerken Group and look forward to the challenges to further continue our growth,” Anderson adds. “A solid foundation has been laid in North America, and I intend to lead the Dörken team by continuing to provide ongoing improvements in products and services to better serve our licensees and customers.”

Anderson was previously director of sales and customer director for Federal Mogul Powertrain. Prior to that he was sales manager at Elring Klinger and held various positions with the Alpha Group.

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