CINCINNATI, OHIO, January 6, 2011– OPW Fueling Components, the global leader in fueling innovation, is proud to announce that Josh Vander Hey has joined the company as Southwest DistrictSales Manager. Josh will replace Jay Mutina who, effective January 10, 2011, will be responsible for the company’s Southeast territory. Josh will report directly to Andy Strickland, OPW Western Regional Manager.
As OPW Southwest District Sales Manager, Josh will be responsible for existing sales and new business activities as well as relationship management with distributors, marketer customers and regulatory agencies in Texas, Louisiana and Oklahoma.
Prior to joining OPW, Josh served as senior compensation analyst for Los Angeles-based Towers Watson. Before that he was North Texas Sales Region Representative for WhiteTucker Company, Dallas, TX, where he was responsible for customer management and developing new business in the service station market, petrochemical industry, and the aviation refueling market. Vander Hey has also been a professional minor league baseball player for the CamAm League Brockton Rox, Brockton, MA, and assistant baseball coach for Radford University, Radford, VA.
“We are very proud to have a person of Josh’s caliber and capabilities join the OPW team,” says Andy Strickland, OPW Western Regional Sales Manager. “He brings extensive sales and consulting experience to this position as well as a highly disciplined customer-centric attitude and approach.”
Vander Hey holds a Master of Business Administration in Finance degree from the University of New Orleans where he was a recipient of the UNO Dean’s Graduate Scholarship.
For more information on OPW Fueling Components and any of its products, please go to www.OPWGlobal.com.
OPW is the global leader in dispensing products, environmental systems, secondarily contained fuel delivery systems, fuel management systems and clean energy fueling products, including dispensing nozzles for vapor recovery, gasoline, diesel, LPG, Hydrogen and CNG; swivels, breakaways, valves and fittings; underground and above ground storage tanke quipment, spill containers, overfill prevention devices, secondary containment sumps and flexible piping; tank gauging equipment and automated fuel management systems. OPW is part of the Fluid Management Segment of Dover Corporation (NYSE: DOV).