Bridgeport, N.J.-based Godwin Pumps, the largest manufacturer of portable rental pumps in the United States with 24 branch offices and a network of more than 100 distributors worldwide, recently announced promotions within its North American operations.
Richmond, Va., branch manager Mark O’Sullivan was promoted to district manager of its Richmond and Raleigh, N.C., locations. In his new role, O’Sullivan will assist Godwin’s Raleigh, N.C., branch manager in monitoring day-to-day business, mentoring personnel and helping to create business growth. In addition, O’Sullivan retains responsibility for the Richmond branch.
Godwin’s Upper Marlboro, Md., branch is now headed by Tom Vance. Vance’s promotion follows on the heels of an eight-year run as one of Godwin’s top sales producers, in what has consequently become one of its most successful branch locations.
“Tom’s promotion from within is a reflection of the respect he has earned from his co-workers and within our industry,” said Godwin president, John Michael Paz. “It also reflects the confidence we have in Tom’s abilities to continue the growth precedent he has set in Maryland.”
Jennifer Saindon has been promoted to office manager of Godwin’s Norwich, Conn., branch.
Godwin’s Helena, Mont., branch announced the promotion of Pat Redmond to service manager. Redmond joined Godwin in 2002 as a mechanic.
Godwin Pumps maintains a fleet of more than 5,000 portable rental pumps and related equipment for use in dewatering in construction, mining and quarrying; in drinking water supply; and in wastewater bypasses in municipal, industrial and environmental markets.