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Elliott Group has made changes to its executive team. Michael Lordi has been named as chief operating officer (COO), succeeding Art Titus, who is retiring after nine years.

Rhodes, Mike, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Elliott Group has made changes to its executive team. Michael Lordi has been named as chief operating officer (COO), succeeding Art Titus, who is retiring after nine years. Mr. Lordi joined Elliott in 1987 as sales and marketing manager for its tube tool business and served most recently as vice president (VP) of industrial products and VP of global service. Elliott also appointed Toshihiko Miyashita as deputy chief executive officer. Mr. Miyashita’s career spans all aspects of Elliott’s engineered products, including applications, operations and executive leadership. Ronald Frye will succeed Mr. Lordi as VP of global service. Mr. Frye worked most recently as VP of industrial products. Sco

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