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Wind Energy Services Co., a provider of repair and maintenance services for composite wind turbine components, has announced that two new executives have joined the company: Israel Barajas and Ken McGraw.

In his role as health, safety and environment manager, Barajas will have primary responsibility for programs and practices to maintain and enhance the company's safety record. He has more than 20 years of experience in the composites industry.

Over the last 14 years, Barajas has been employed by various entities of the Molded Fiber Glass Cos., including operations in Mexico, Alabama and South Dakota. In addition to his experience in the safety and environmental areas, his background includes quality, engineering, production, materials, scheduling and specific expertise in lean manufacturing.

In a newly created position of field account manager of sales, McGraw will be responsible for supporting the company's business growth in North America. His prior experience includes 10 years in industrial sales and customer service, including his most recent post as district sales manager for Dallas and East Texas at Klein Tools.



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