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Chad Barnes has joined AMEC Earth and Environmental in Phoenix as project manager. He brings more than seven years of experience in the public and private sectors. His clients have included the military, federal agencies, state and local departments, Indian nations and universities. He also worked for three years in the mining industry.
Nick Detor has joined Miratech Corp., Tulsa, Okla., as West Coast Sales Manager for Power Generation and will work from the company's Los Angeles office. Detor brings broad experience in project management and application engineering for power generation and pollution control equipment, as well as sales and application experience with heat recover systems.
Steve Rethmeyer has joined Miratech as Gulf Coast sales manager for Gas Compression and will work from the company's Houston office. Rethmeyer's brings 25 years of experience in gas compression sales and service, including related sales and account management positions in production, gathering, transmission and storage.
Michael Kahler has been appointed president of the Process Technology Division of Alfa Laval Inc., Richmond, Va. Kahler brings extensive experience in a range of industries, including steel, refinery and automotive sectors. He formerly served as president, Industrial Division and group vice president at Nalco Chemical Co.
Bill Perry, president, Eurotherm USA, Leesburg, Va., has retired effective Dec. 31, 2003. Perry joined Eurotherm, a unit of Invensys PLC, in 1979, holding the positions of applications engineer, regional sales manager and vice president of sales. He has served as president for the past 12 years. Perry will continue as a non-executive director for the next several months.
John Searle assumed the role of president on Jan. 1. He came to Eurotherm from the Industrial Instruments Division and has held several positions in his decade with the company, most recently serving as vice president of sales.
Al Betz has been promoted to vice president of sales. He joined the company in 1999 through the merger of its Action Instruments business.