Boomerang Hires VPs of Supply Chain and Manufacturing
We are pleased to announce the selection of Gordon Mishler as the company’s new vice president of supply chain and logistics and Tarek Alzien as its vice president of operations.
Mishler has been a leading figure in the industry providing reciprocating compression equipment and aftermarket parts and services for oil and gas production, gas processing, gas distribution and independent power industries. Alzien’s dynamic and multi-faceted experience includes leading the supply chain and the manufacturing operations for South West Oilfield Products, a $100 million oil and gas multi-site business.
Previously, Mishler was co-founder and president of Epic International LLC — a company focused on aftermarket support of engines and compressors in midstream energy and industrial air markets. He currently serves on the board of directors. In addition, he served as vice president, sales/marketing and engineering at Southwest Oilfield Products and held several leadership roles at Cameron International in its process and reciprocating compression division. Mishler received his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Ohio University in Athens, Ohio.
Alzien previously served as vice president of supply chain and operations for South West Oilfield Products. He also held leadership positions at Baker Hughes Incorporated including global lean director and manufacturing and supply chain operations manager. In addition, he has held several leadership roles such as operations, manufacturing and project manager at places such as Roper Industries, Garlock Sealing Technologies and Zexel Texas, Inc. Alzien received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Industrial Engineering from the University of Texas Arlington.
“Both men bring a diversified portfolio of 30 years of experience which include operations, supply chain, manufacturing, engineering, sales, marketing and much more. These appointments to Boomerang’s team will assist us in moving to the next level of growth and advancement,” said Paul DeWeese, CEO at Boomerang.