Citing gains in U.S. market share in 2021, management at Miura America promoted several key executives and added team members throughout the company.
Among those promoted was Paul O’Donnell, to the role of executive vice president. O’Donnell began working with Miura as a regional sales manager in 2005. O’Donnell credits the company’s growth to the Miura sales team and representative organization, for “effectively competing against traditional brands and providing customers with the information they need to understand why Miura boilers are more efficient, more reliable, and more ecologically friendly.”
Arne Irwin was promoted to vice president strategy. Irwin’s responsibilities include guiding strategic development while continuing his work with Steam as a Service, a program to deliver fully controlled steam for a single monthly fee. He also will oversee marketing and business development.
Andy Miller joins Miura as vice president maintenance operations. A combat veteran of the U.S. Army, Miller served as an engineer and achieved the rank of captain.
Eddie Everson was named plant manager for the U.S. manufacturing operations in Rockmart, Ga.
Kiyo Sato will serve as the new lead on global account development. Sato has 15 years with Miura creating and implementing business strategies for current and new multiple installation customers.
“We are pleased to recognize members of the Miura team who have helped us to achieve our great success,” said Tatsuya Fujiwara, president of Miura America. “That success has also allowed us to welcome new members to our team, and continue to support our great customers with innovative products and services.”