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OPW Fueling Containment Systems Names Greg Kennedy Director of Operations

Kennedy will report directly to OPW Fueling Containment Systems President, Mike McCann.

SMITHFIELD, N.C. – OPW Fueling Containment Systems, a division of OPW Fueling Components, has named Greg Kennedy as director of operations.

OPW Fueling Containment Systems, located in Smithfield, N.C., designs and manufactures secondarily contained fuel delivery systems. Recently, OPW Fueling Containment Systems announced the launch of the industry’s first totally integrated “Plug and Play” Underground Fueling System known as “The Loop System,” which provides new solutions that offer a higher level of environmental protection and a lower cost of fuel delivery system ownership.

Kennedy has held various positions within OPW Fueling Components in Cincinnati over the past nine years, including business unit manager and manufacturing supervisor. A graduate of Northern Kentucky University with a bachelor of science technology degree, Kennedy has also earned the distinction of a Six Sigma Quality Greenbelt and has completed the requirements to become a Lean Trainer.

Kennedy will report directly to OPW Fueling Containment Systems President, Mike McCann.

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