Dometic names new vice presidents

POMPANO BEACH, Fla. – Dometic Environmental Corporation has made two new executive appointments, the company said in a press release Friday. Ken Taranto has been named vice president of galley products and aftermarket sales. Ned Trigg has been promoted to vice president of international and original equipment manufacturer sales.

Ken Taranto joined Dometic through the company’s recent acquisition of Waeco Group, where he was the vice president of OEM sales. Taranto has worked in engineering, sales, and business management. He received a bachelor’s from Tufts University and a MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. In Taranto’s new capacity, his will focus on galley products, aftermarket sales for Marine Air and Cruisair and growing sales for Dometic branded products. He will be responsible for integrating Waeco aftermarket products into Dometic’s supply chain.

Ned Trigg began his career with Dometic nearly 20 years ago as an application engineer for Cruisair in Richmond, Va. From there, Trigg managed numerous national and international OEM accounts. In his new position, he will be responsible for Dometic product sales in the international market and for OEM sales in the United States. He is also the export sales manager for Sealand, a Dometic Sanitation Systems division. He received a bachelor’s from North Carolina State University.

“Our company continues to grow through product development, market development, and acquisitions,” said Frank Marciano, Dometic Environmental Corporation president. “I believe that these two appointments will play a key role in driving sales growth in the marine market.”

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