Elliott Appoints Two Vice Presidents

By DJ Slater29 April 2020

Elliott Group has named two new vice presidents – Shane Reph and Takanobu (Nobu) Miyaki. Reph will serve as vice president of global service (effective May 4), replacing Ronald Frye, who retired after more than 40 years with the company. Both vice presidents report to CEO Michael Lordi.

Shane Reph

In his new role, Reph is responsible for all of Elliott Group’s aftermarket businesses. He started at Elliott Group in October 2011 as the director of engineered solutions. During his tenure, he also held positions as director of global service sales and director of global service centers.

Prior to Elliott Group, Reph was with GE Oil & Gas, where his roles included general manager of GE CONMEC, vice president of aerospace ground support equipment and general manager/vice president of GE North America Oil & Gas. Reph also worked for Teleflex – Sermatech Power Solutions as president and CEO of the Industrial Gas Turbine division and as vice president of sales and marketing.

Takanobu (Nobu) Miyaki

Miyaki is the vice president of industrial products (effective March 1). Miyaki’s responsibilities include oversight of all aspects of Elliott’s industrial products business, including engineering, manufacturing and sales of the company’s YR steam turbine product line.

Miyaki has 25 years of industry experience. He joined parent company Ebara in 1996 as a project engineer for waste treatment plant applications and later became general manager of Ebara Environmental Germany and manager of business development at Ebara headquarters. He transferred from Ebara to Elliott in 2014 to serve as director, corporate development, where he played an instrumental role in the acquisition of Ebara International Corp.’s cryodynamic products business. He became director, engineered solutions in June 2018.

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