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6/26/2018

Giovanni Zunino Appointed President of Prima Power Laserdyne

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Prima Power Laserdyne announces the appointment of Giovanni Zunino as president of the Laserdyne line.

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Prima Power Laserdyne LLC, manufacturer of industrial laser systems, recently appointed Giovanni Zunino as president for the Laserdyne product line. Ezio Basso, chief executive officer of the Prima Power division, announced Mr. Zunino’s appointment succeeding Terry VanderWert, who retired from the company.

Mr. Zunino’s 25-year career includes leadership positions with Comau and CNH Industrial. Comau, a company within Fiat Chrysler Automobile, is a global manufacturer of industrial automation products, systems and services. CNH is a capital goods company that manufactures agricultural and construction equipment. 

During his career, Mr. Zunino has held positions in platform management, program management, sales and marketing, proposal management, purchasing, and general management in the United States, Italy and France.

“Mr. Zunino will continue Prima Power Laserdyne’s track record of strong global growth,” says Mr. Basso. “He brings an extensive and successful career track record to the company that will ensure our technology position continues to grow in both domestic and international markets.” 

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