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Molded Fiber Glass Cos. (MFG) says it has promoted three executives to senior vice president (SVP) positions. All three SVPs will report to Richard Morrison, the company's president and CEO.

David M. Giovannini has been promoted to SVP of MFG Wind, where he will have full responsibility for all wind group operations, including MFG South Dakota, MFG Alabama, MFG Texas, MFG West and MFG Energy Services (formerly Wind Energy Services Co.). MFG Wind was launched in mid-2012 as a new MFG brand that provides composite resources to the wind energy industry. Giovannini joined MFG in 2010 as general manager of MFG South Dakota.

Peter Emrich has been promoted to SVP of technology at MFG Research Co., where he has spent the last 14 years. In 2012, Emrich received the prestigious Hall of Fame award from the American Composites Manufacturing Association, which recognized his outstanding career contributions to the composites industry.

Dennis Vorse has been promoted to SVP overseeing MFG Construction Products, MFG Water Treatment Products, MFG Union City, MFG Southeast and the MFG Lamination Group. In addition to handling his general management responsibilities, Vorse will guide and coordinate business capture efforts for custom, open mold applications. Vorse has served as vice president and general manager of MFG Union City in Pennsylvania for the last seven and a half years. Prior to that, he worked at three different MFG subsidiaries for more than 10 years.



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