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The company, based in Downers Grove, Ill., said the promotion would allow for the continued focus and growth of this highly specialized segment within AllTranstek’s portfolio of services.
As vice president, Dinell has assumed overall responsibility for the day-to-day operations of AllTranstek’s four industry leading technical groups – nondestructive testing, welding & special processes, regulatory compliance, fleet engineering, and inspection services.
Dinell joined AllTranstek in 1999 and was instrumental in the formation of AllTranstek’s technical services group, and during his tenure held a progression of leadership roles within the company. Dinell holds the distinction as an ASNT Level III certification in eight methods of nondestructive testing and is an American Welding Society Senior Certified Welding Inspector. He has also been a member of AAR task forces and served as the chairman of the AAR Appendix T Task Force for over 11 years.
“Jim is regarded as one of the rail industry’s most highly respected technical professionals. It’s his dedication to quality, excellence and integrity that made this appointment to lead our team a natural fit. We’re very excited that Jim will now be expertly guiding our team, and our customers through the ever increasingly complex regulatory environment.” said Jeff Wilson, AllTranstek’s President.
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