Trupiano promoted at Gardner Denver

  • January 22, 2013

WAYNE – Gardner Denver Inc. said Monday that Vincent Trupiano has been appointed vice president, Gardner Denver Inc., and president of its Industrial Products Group.

In his new position, Trupiano has full responsibility for the company’s global Industrial Products Group, reporting directly to Gardner Denver Chief Executive Officer Michael M. Larsen.

Trupiano joined Gardner Denver in 2010 as vice president and general manager of the Nash business. He was instrumental in bringing the new Gardner Denver Nash plant and offices to Alta Vista Business Park in Bentleyville.

Trupiano succeeds Brian L. Cunkelman, who resigned to pursue other opportunities.

Trupiano joined Gardner Denver in 2010 from Dresser-Rand, where he was general manager of the turbo compression division.

Prior to joining Dresser-Rand, he spent more than 20 years in a variety of operational and business leadership roles of increasing responsibility with United Technologies Corp. and Ford Motor Co.

Gardner Denver Inc., with 2011 revenues of approximately $2.4 billion, is a leading worldwide manufacturer of highly engineered products, including compressors, liquid ring pumps and blowers for various industrial, medical, environmental, transportation and process applications, pumps used in the petroleum and industrial market segments and other fluid transfer equipment, such as loading arms and dry break couplers, serving chemical, petroleum and food industries.


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