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Scott Nelson to head Dometic’s Americas division

Scott Nelson to head Dometic’s Americas division

SOLNA, Sweden — Dometic Group today announced that the company appointed Scott Nelson as new regional president of Americas effective Dec. 1.

He succeeds Frank Marciano, who will retire after more than 25 years of service with Dometic. Both men will, for a period of time, work together to ensure a good transition.

Nelson joins the company from Sullair Corporation, part of Accudyne Industries, where he most recently has been the global president.

“Scott Nelson is a highly suitable successor for the regional president Americas role,” said said Roger Johansson, president and CEO of Dometic.

“In joining Dometic, Scott brings with him a broad experience of leading and developing international businesses,” he added. “Scott spent more than 20 years with Bobcat Company where he held various roles as global president of Bobcat Company, president Americas and EMEA. Scott’s very strong commercial and international profile will further strengthen the group management team.”

“Frank Marciano has been playing a critical role in developing our company,” said Johansson. “His in-depth knowledge of our markets in general and specifically the marine markets in combination with his passion for the business, our customers and our people, have made him a highly respected leader, internally as well as externally. I thank him for his great contributions over the years.”

Nelson will be based in Elkhart.

SOURCE: Dometic press release

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