GRAND ISLAND, NEBRASKA, U.S. – Global Industries, Inc. announced that Alejandro D. Merino recently celebrated 15 years of service to the organization as Global’s regional sales manager for the Latin American market.  

A native of Argentina and a current resident of Buenos Aires, Merino has a mechanical engineering degree from Argentina’s National Technological University, and has completed numerous postgraduate courses in finance, computer science and ISO 9000.  He is fluent in both Spanish and English, and comprehends technical text in Portuguese, German and French.

“Alejandro Merino has amassed a wide range of knowledge and experience in grain storage and handling systems and, much like Global Industries, is widely known for responsive customer service,” said Global Vice-President of International Sales John Haugh.  “His skills in budgeting, contracts, negotiation and project management have assisted Global Industries’ customers around the world in designing and building projects that are functional, efficient and respected throughout the industry for including the proper equipment to meet customer objectives at the lowest possible expense.”

Global Industries, headquartered in Grand Island, Nebraska, U.S., operates four divisions that specialize in the design, manufacture and distribution of grain storage, handling and conditioning products, as well as other agricultural-related equipment and services worldwide. Those divisions include MFS/York/Stormor in Grand Island,; Nebraska Engineering Company (NECO) in Omaha, Nebraska, U.S.;  Hutchinson/Mayrath in Clay Center, Kansas, U.S. and Sentinel Building Systems in Albion, Nebraska, U.S.