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Melling Announces Personnel Changes for the 2017 Executive Sales Team

Mark Melling recently announced changes to the 2017 Melling Engine Parts Aftermarket Executive Sales Team. Laura Short, Mike Osterhaus and Tom Trosin all have been promoted.

Mark Melling announced the following changes to the 2017 Melling Engine Parts Aftermarket Executive Sales Team.
Laura Short has been promoted to vice president of North American Aftermarket Sales. Laura has been with the company for 31 years in a variety of key roles.  Her knowledge and experience covers all aspects of sales management and delivering customer satisfaction.  Prior to assuming this new role, Laura served as Sales Manager – Special Markets.
Mike Osterhaus has been promoted to vice president of Aftermarket Product Management. Mike has been with the company for 21 years. Mike came to Melling from Hoof Products and has become a key contributor to the company with an unwavering commitment to quality products. Most recently he has served as the Aftermarket Engineering Director.
Tom Trosin who most recently served as the president of Melling Aftermarket will assume the responsibilities as president of Melling World Trade and export sales. Tom has been with the company for 29 years. Tom replaces Ernie Rodriguez whom retired from Melling World Trade this fall. Ernie helped establish Melling World Trade 17 years ago and everyone at the company wishes him an enjoyable retirement!

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