In this new role, Arnett will lead Sundyne’s commercial aftermarket business, working closely with channel partners and authorised service centres. He will lead the team that sets pricing and processes for obtaining parts via Sundyne’s e-commerce platform, and will work closely with the company’s operations teams to develop new strategies targeting competitive displacement.
Arnett comes to Sundyne from Chart Industries, where he was VP & General Manager for Parts, Repairs, Service and Leasing. He has also served as Chart’s VP of Sales & Marketing for Oil & Gas, Petrochemical and LNG markets globally.
“George Arnett is a proactive, customer-service oriented leader – and that’s precisely what Sundyne needs to lead our aftermarket services, as we continually strive to be more proactive and more engaged with our channel partners, our Authorized Service Centers and our end-user customers,” said Aaron Bridges, Sundyne’s chief commercial officer.
Arnett said: “I’m looking forward to sharing my experience in global energy markets with Sundyne’s partners and customers, and also to working with our internal teams to ensure that Sundyne’s aftermarket services are readily available to customers before there’s a problem.”
Arnett has a Master’s Degree in Engineering from the University of Southern California, and is a graduate of the US Navy’s Nuclear Propulsion Program. He will be based out of Houston, Texas.