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Knoxville, Tenn.-based Commtest, a vibration analysis and monitoring equipment provider, has established a new management structure for its senior management team, according to Jack Henderson, chairman of the board for Commtest. Joining Henderson as global managing partners are John Cochrane, general manager of Commtest Instruments Ltd., Jack Dischner, president of Commtest Inc., and Mark Radburnd, chief financial officer of Commtest Instruments.

With Dischner's promotion, Blaine Loomer and Kevin Deverell will become co-directors of sales for North America.

"Blaine and Kevin have done a fantastic job developing innovative sales initiatives that have enabled Commtest to gain market share in the vibration analysis markets in the United States and Canada," says Dischner. "Each individual brings years of unique experience and market knowledge to these newly created positions at Commtest and fully expects to further differentiate and position ourselves as the leader in vibration analysis."


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