ROCKMART, Ga. — Miura America has promoted several key executives and added new team members throughout the company.
“We are pleased to recognize members of the Miura team who have helped us to achieve our great success,” said Tatsuya Fujiwara, president, Miura America. “That success has also allowed us to welcome new members to our team, and continue to support our great customers with innovative products and services.”
Among those promoted was Paul O’Donnell, who will now assume the role of executive vice president.
“In these challenging times, it is essential that businesses, schools, and hospitals be able to operate their steam plants in a manner consistent with their needs, and that means relying on Miura’s modular, more efficient boiler systems that can respond quickly to changing requirements.” said O’Donnell.
Arne Irwin has been promoted to vice president strategy, and will also be overseeing marketing and business development. Arne’s responsibilities will include guiding strategic development, while continuing his work with Steam as a Service.
Andy Miller, Miura’s vice president maintenance operations, is a new team member, who was formerly a combat veteran of the U.S. Army, where he served as an engineer and achieved the rank of Captain.
In 2009, Miura began US manufacturing operations in Rockmart, Georgia, which will now be run by new Plant Manager Eddie Everson, who brings 15 years of experience in materials management, operations management, and plant management of over 500 employees in the wire and cable industry.
Kiyo Sato will also be joining Miura as the new lead on global account development. He has 15 years with the company creating and implementing business strategies for current and new multiple installation customers.