KEITH STANLEY ASSUMES DUAL RESPONSIBILITY FOR PLEASURE CRAFT IN NORTH AND CENTRAL AMERICA

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 Stanley to assume position of Product Line Manager – Pleasure Craft for North/Central America – Maintains position of Engineering Manager

ZF Marine Propulsion Systems Miramar LLC the North American arm of ZF Friedrichshafen AG, Marine Propulsion Systems is pleased to announce that Keith Stanley has assumed the position of Product Line Manager – Pleasure Craft for North and Central America. Mr. Stanley joined ZF in 2011 as Key Account Manager. He was promoted to Engineering Manager in 2012, with responsibility for application engineering activities for the region. In his new role, Mr.

Stanley will have responsibility for both activities.

Stanley has a long history of experience in the pleasure craft industry. Originally from North Carolina, Stanley completed his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering at NC State. Since then Stanley has accumulated more than 15 years of experience in the pleasure craft industry in all facets of design and engineering for a number of prominent vessel manufacturers.

Wolfgang Schmid, Director, ZF Marine Propulsion Systems Miramar, LLC said “We’re very happy that Keith has accepted this additional responsibility within the organization. His depth of knowledge of vessel systems, combined with the high level of respect that he has earned during his time in the industry will surely serve him well in this new role.”

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