New Leaders Appointed to Key Posts at Dover, OPW and FMS

The fuel industry is continuously evolving, and Dover, OPW and OPW Fuel Management Systems (OPW FMS) are no exception. In December, Dover formed a new Dover Fueling Solutions organization to be led by David Crouse, who formerly held the post of OPW president. In March, Kevin Long was named the new OPW president. OPW FMS also completed several new hires and promotions recently:

Scott RutherfordScott Rutherford Appointed Director of FMS Product Management

Scott Rutherford is the new Director of North American Fleet & FMS Product Management for OPW Fuel Management Systems. Rutherford is providing strategic direction for OPW’s commercial fleet business, working with engineering and product managers to bring new fuel management innovations to market, while also promoting growth of fuel control and ATG solutions in North America and abroad.

Pete NeilPete Neil Named Global Product Manager 

Pete Neil, has been promoted to Global Product Manager for OPW Fuel Management Systems. Pete will be responsible for providing leadership and management of product development initiatives and sales of fuel control and tank gauge products across all markets.

Rich KlimaRich Klima Is New FMS Fuel Control Product Manager

Rich Klima has been promoted to Fuel Control Product Manager at OPW FMS. In his new role, Rich is responsible for overseeing new product development, including OPW’s new Petro Vend 200 Fuel Island Terminal, and growing sales in OPW’s Fuel Control product line.

Sally LeachSally Leach Named New Customer Service Supervisor

Sally Leach has been promoted to the position of Customer Service Supervisor at OPW Fuel Management Systems. In her new role, Leach is responsible for maintaining OPW’s high customer service standards and overseeing the operation of the department.

Chris HillyerChris Hillyer Is New FMS Commercial District Manager

Chris Hillyer has joined OPW FMS as a Commercial District Manager. Hillyer is responsible for managing customer relations and growing sales for fuel control and tank-monitoring product lines in Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky and West Virginia. 

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