FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEContact: Jodi SolomonMarketing DirectorSeneca CompaniesPhone: 515-264-4304Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Seneca Companies Fuel Systems names new corporate service manager
(Des Moines, IA – August 2, 2017) – Seneca Companies, known as an established leader in the petroleum industry from project design and planning to maintenance, service, parts distribution and compliance, is pleased to announce Clif Coker as its new corporate service manager.
Coker comes to Seneca with a long history in the petroleum industry, spending 11 years at Murphy USA where he most recently served as its operations maintenance manager. His primary responsibilities as corporate service manager will include maintaining and improving upon corporate policy, processes and safety within Seneca’s Fuel Systems service departments.
“We are fortunate to have Clif on the Seneca team. I can already see that he is going to bring a fresh perspective to Seneca’s service department with having the background of being the customer. His numerous contacts and years of experience in the facilities and maintenance business will be of great benefit,” said Darren Binning, vice president of Fuel Systems.
“I am thrilled to join Seneca Companies and to bring my understanding of retail customers’ needs to the service department and make Seneca a premier service organization,” said Coker.
Ed Rogers previously served as the corporate service manager and will be transitioning to a new role as an account manager and project manager.
“Ed has been a huge asset in this role for a long time, demonstrating leadership and extremely hard work ethic. Within the last year Ed was named the Hy-Vee account manager and has managed many other projects as a project manager, in addition to his duties as service manager,” said Binning.
With Rogers’ new role as account manager and project manager, he will be supporting some of Seneca’s major customers and handling projects involving the construction of new stores and petroleum remodels, as well as working with customers to upgrade and replace equipment to accept chip cards as the EMV deadline approaches.
“The ten years I spent with the service department taught me many lessons that I will utilize in my new role. I am excited for the new challenges that lie ahead, and have no doubt that Clif will do a great job as the new corporate service manager,” said Rogers.
“Ed is passionate about his new responsibilities, and Clif’s addition to Seneca will give Ed the opportunity for greater job satisfaction and increased success with his premier accounts,” said Binning.
Seneca Companies is a diverse group of entities committed to providing unequaled customer attention through a range of related services including: Fuel Systems, General Contracting, Environmental Services, Waste Solutions Services, Remediation & Process Controls and Automotive & Fleet Equipment.
To learn more about Seneca Companies services and locations, please visit www.senecaco.com.
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