Sundyne announced two appointments: David McMahon as C&I market strategy leader, and Michael Romano as global strategic account leader.
David McMahon has joined the company as C&I market strategy leader. In this new role, he will help shape business strategy and expand the value creation for key customers in the chemical and industrial market segments. Prior to joining Sundyne, McMahon spent more than 20 years at Baker Hughes in various product, engineering and sales roles, culminating with his tenure as area operations manager. McMahon worked as a vice president for oilfield technology company, Flotek, where he oversaw sales, engineering and manufacturing activities. David also garnered extensive consulting experience working with smaller manufacturers and providers of pumps, valves, rotating and hydraulic equipment. He earned his bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Oklahoma State University and an MBA from the University of Phoenix. McMahon is based out of Sundyne’s Arvada Headquarters.
“David McMahon brings a wealth of experience to Sundyne when it comes to working with end-user customers, distribution partners and the OEMs that comprise the value chain,” said Sundyne’s Chief Commercial Officer Colin Guppy. “We’re looking forward to leveraging David’s expertise to help many of our key customers get more out of their Sundyne investments.”
Sundyne also announced Michael Romano as global strategic account leader. Prior to Sundyne, Romano worked at Flowserve for almost a decade, serving most recently as director of global strategic accounts. In that role, Romano worked extensively with many of the world’s largest chemical, petro-chemical, refining and general industrial companies. Prior to Flowserve, Romano was group vice president of sales and marketing for Circor Energy, a provider of valve and pipeline solutions to oil and gas markets worldwide. Romano has also worked as the strategic oil and gas industry leader for Tyco Flow Control, where he ran that company’s marketing and business development efforts while supporting the establishment and success of several corporate strategic account teams.
A chemical engineering graduate of McMaster University in Canada, Romano holds five separate U.S. patents in chemical materials and processes used to enhance long-term environmental sustainability within the oil and gas and chemical industry. He is based out of Houston, Texas.
“For decades, Sundyne’s pumps and compressors have been widely used in chemical and petrochemical applications around the globe, and today, we’re focusing on expanding the strategic nature in which our technology is used by many of the world’s largest chemical companies,” added Guppy. “Michael Romano is the perfect person to lead our strategic account teams. We’re looking forward to leveraging his expertise to better serve our customers around the globe.”