Gardner Denver Appoints Vincent Trupiano President of Industrial Products Group
Gardner Denver, Inc. announced that Vincent Trupiano has been appointed Vice President, Gardner Denver, Inc. and President, Industrial Products Group (IPG), effective immediately. In his new position, Mr. Trupiano has full responsibility for the company's global Industrial Products Group, reporting directly to Michael M. Larsen, President, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer. Mr. Trupiano joined Gardner Denver in 2010 as the Vice President and General Manager of the Nash business and succeeds Brian L. Cunkelman, who resigned to pursue other opportunities.
"Vince has a proven track record of delivering strong operational results and his leadership skills, global operations experience and engineering expertise make him ideally suited to take on this new role," said Mr. Larsen. "I am confident that Vince will seamlessly transition into his new role and lead IPG to deliver continued growth. Since joining the Company, Vince has played a key role in Gardner Denver's success and we look forward to his ongoing contributions, including the IPG restructuring, which is continuing as planned." Mr. Larsen added, "We also thank Brian for the role he has played at Gardner Denver over the past two years and wish him the best in his future endeavors."
Gardner Denver also announced that the Company's fourth quarter 2012 adjusted diluted earnings per share is anticipated to be above the high end of the previously announced range of $1.22 to $1.32.
Mr. Trupiano joined Gardner Denver in 2010 from Dresser-Rand where he was General Manager of the Turbo Compression Division. Prior to joining Dresser-Rand, Mr. Trupiano spent more than 20 years in a variety of operational and business leadership roles of increasing responsibility with United Technologies Corporation and Ford Motor Company. Mr. Trupiano holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Michigan State University and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Michigan.