Carrier Refrigeration

ContainerLINE 2015

Carrier Refrigeration

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ContainerLINE 2015 | Personnel Updates Carrier Transicold helps improve transport and shipping of temperature-controlled cargoes with a complete line of equipment for refrigerated trucks, trailers and containers. Carrier Transicold is a part of UTC Building & Industrial Systems, a unit of United Technologies Corp., a leading provider to the aerospace and building systems industries worldwide. Printed on recycled paper. © 2015 Carrier Corporation Please send your comments and story ideas to: ContainerLINE Carrier Transicold Communications Department P.O. Box 4805 Syracuse, New York 13221 U.S.A. Editor: Karolina Marcinkowski Telephone: +1-315-432-6621 Fax: +1-860-353-0194 ContainerLINE ® Global Training Manager Thomas Graf has been named global training manager, Container Service, with responsibilities for the global equipment service training program and the online course registration system. In this role, he will oversee the creation and development, production and distribution of course materials as well as video and online training programs. Graf joins the business unit with 25 years of Carrier experience, most recently as a program manager in the Residential Products Group. Graf has a B.S. in education and expects to complete his master's in Instructional Design, Development and Evaluation in May 2016. Thomas Graf Syracuse, N.Y. +1-315-432-3492 Personnel Updates Service Engineer Michael Jimenez is a new service engineer with responsibilities for supporting customers and Carrier Transicold service center operations in the western United States and Canada. He joined the organization following four years with the merchant marine, where he gained experience with the container service industry and held positions of increasing responsibility leading up to second assistant ship engineer. Michael Jimenez Los Angeles, Calif. +1-310-945-7751 Service Engineer Bastian Maleika has been appointed field service engineer based in Hamburg, Germany, with responsibilities for providing service engineering and aftermarket support to existing and new customers, and Carrier Transicold service centers there and in northern Europe – from Greenland, and Iceland through to the Baltics and south down to Switzerland, Austria, the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Qualified as a refrigeration engineer for 16 years, he has been with UTC Building & Industrial Systems, Europe, in various capacities since 2004, most recently as an operations supervisor in the U.K.. Bastian Maleika Hamburg, Germany +31 10 2380178 With more than 27 years of experience in the perishables business, Eduardo Kerbel, Ph.D., has been named postharvest technology business manager, a new position within the Global Container Products organization. In this role he will apply his postharvest expertise to develop new services and identify market opportunities in cold chain logistics and container refrigeration. He will also support end- user customers – shippers and growers of fresh produce – helping them apply technologies to increase perishable shelf life and quality. Kerbel was previously president of Postharvest Consulting Group LLC., and before that director of postharvest physiology and technology at Dole Fresh Fruit International Ltd., where he led Dole's research and development in postharvest handling, technology and innovation for bananas and pineapples in Latin America. Earlier, he directed research and development programs for a major California grower and Mexico's Center for Food Research and Development (CIAD), following nearly four years in academia as a researcher and an assistant professor of postharvest physiology, handling and technology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He holds a doctorate in plant physiology from the University of California, Davis. Eduardo Kerbel, Ph.D. San José, Costa Rica +506-71031193 Postharvest Technology Business Manager

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