TOWACO, N.J. — Diversified Heat Transfer (DHT) appointed Jake Goldberg as president and CEO, effective immediately. Goldberg began his career at DHT in 1999 and has played an integral leadership role, helping to guide the company in achieving its long-term strategic goals, for more than a decade.
“I am excited about this new role and the future of the company,” Goldberg said. “We have a very talented team at DHT that is focused on taking continued actions to transform the business, strengthening our product innovation pipeline and unlocking future opportunities. I look forward to leading DHT to the next phase of growth within the industry. ”
Norman Goldberg and Ken Kaplan have led DHT for 34 years and will continue to be part of the day-to-day operations as chairmen and advisors.
Fred Depuy has been appointed strategic advisor to its CEO and board. As a seasoned CEO with more than 25 years of leadership experience, 14 years as president/CEO of Aerco Intl. Inc., Depuy values his team above all else. Driven by his passion for cultivating a strong work culture, Depuy brings expertise in developing engineered solutions, establishing a customer-centric mindset and creating enterprise value. Depuy’s role at DHT will be to provide advice and support in the areas of strategic opportunities, market, and competitive developments and to assist in the execution of DHT’s growth plan.
"We’re extremely excited and fortunate to have Fred join the DHT team,” said Jake Goldberg. “His extensive leadership experience and industry affiliations will undoubtedly be valuable assets as we enter the next stage of our growth plan.”
“DHT embodies the culture I’m used to — people first and the desire to create an environment of continuous process improvement,” Depuy said. “All I have to do is help them make sure its sustainable. I’m really looking forward to this opportunity.”
For more information, visit www.dhtnet.com.
Publication date: 01/18/18