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RIDGID Names Marketing Director of Underground Technologies

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Tim Dunphy has been named Marketing Director of Underground Technologies at RIDGID. Dunphy will now manage new product development, partner relations and new business opportunities for the RIDGID line of diagnostics, inspection, locating and drain cleaning products.

“Tim is a proven leader who brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to our Underground Technologies team,” said Wyatt Kilmartin, vice president and general manager, global underground technologies, RIDGID. “RIDGID continues to push the envelope in the diagnostics, inspection, locating and drain cleaning categories and Tim is well-suited to drive our next-level innovations.”

Dunphy has global expertise in market and brand strategy, new product development, omni-channel marketing communications, and market research. He has over 20 years of experience in consumer-packaged goods and durables marketing.

Dunphy has a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing from University of Florida.

Mario Cywinski

Mario Cywinski is the Editor of Machinery and Equipment MRO magazine.
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