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ENSCO promotes ATE division managers


ENSCO Inc. recently announced the promotions of several senior managers in the company’s Applied Technology & Engineering (ATE) division.

ATE Vice President and Division Manager Ta-Lun Yang was promoted to the corporate position of VP, International Technology Applications. He will lead the company in its international business development efforts, support new corporate technology programs and provide engineering advice for company programs. Yang has worked in ENSCO’s rail engineering business for more than 33 years, serving as ATE VP and manager for the past 12 years.

Thirty-year ENSCO veteran Kevin Kesler will succeed Yang as division manager. Kesler has been ATE’s deputy division manager for the past 12 years.

ENSCO also promoted Boris Nejikovsky and Susan Cook to deputy division managers of ATE. Nejikovsky, has been with ENSCO for more than 12 years and served as ATE’s chief engineering for the past six years; he will continue to serve in that capacity, as well. Cook joined ENSCO 30 years ago and has been program manager of ATE’s Automated Track Inspection Program for more than three years.

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