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Lars Moller and Matthew Gadow have joined Manitowoc, Wis.-based Tower Tech Holdings Inc., a manufacturer of components for the wind industry.

As executive vice president of business development, Moller is responsible for overseeing the development of supplier and customer relationships with leading wind turbine manufacturers. Moller has more than 20 years of experience in the wind industry, most recently serving as president of DMI Industries, a wind tower fabricator.

Gadow has joined the organization as executive vice president of strategic planning and is responsible for acquisitions, joint ventures and other strategic projects. Most recently, Gadow was executive vice president and CEO of DMI Industries.


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