Sundyne names CCO

Gomez will serve in expanded role

Sundyne, a global leader in the design and manufacture of mission-critical pumps & compressors, said Adolfo Gomez has been promoted to chief commercial officer.

Since joining Sundyne last year as vice president of Global Aftermarket Services, he has led Sundyne’s commercial aftermarket team, working closely with Channel Partners, Authorized Service Centers, and end customers to grow the aftermarket business.  In his expanded role as CCO, he is now leading global sales, sales operations and channel partner management, while also spearheading Sundyne’s efforts in the renewable market segments.

Adolfo Gomez

Gomez has more than 20 years of industrial experience at companies including General Motors, Chevron Texaco and Cummins Inc.  Proficient in multiple languages, Adolfo has amassed extensive international experience in the oil & gas, marine, mining, construction and agriculture markets throughout North America, South America, the Caribbean and Asia.

“This is an exciting time for all of us at Sundyne,” said Sundyne’s CEO Mary Zappone.  “We’re making significant progress in the clean/renewable markets, and we continue to grow in the energy, chemical, petrochemical and industrial markets.  I’m looking forward to working closely with Adolfo to further refine our market strategies and enhance our customer solutions across all markets.”

Gomez earned an MBA from Columbia Business School.  He also has a Master’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Maryland, and has a Bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from La Universidad Del Zulia in Venezuela. 

 

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