Appointments at JENSEN


PANAMA CITY, Fla. — JENSEN USA, Inc. has increased its sales force and project management department with Alex Duke as regional vice president of sales, Mark Schuler and Andre’ Chartier as sales systems designers, and Mathew Messer and Doug McElwain as project managers.

Alex Duke-07.11.16-2Alex Duke is responsible for the Western region, supporting sales in the States of AK, AZ, CA, CO, HI, ID, MT, ND, NE, NM, NV, OR, SD, UT, WA, and WY. He brings to JENSEN over 15-years of industry sales experience, most recently as West Coast Vice President of Textiles with Medline. Alex is a very well respective veteran of our industry, with relationships that resonate his level of success.

Mark Schuler-07.21.16-Lo ResMark Schuler has been in the design/build/installation industry for over 25-years. His experience portfolio includes the design of semiconductor equipment, modular high-speed robotic pick-and-place equipment, optical and laser inspection systems for the defense and aerospace industries, and both portable and permanent dry sorbent pollution mitigation systems for coal burning power plants.

Andre Chartier-Low Res-05.19.16Andre’ Chartier is a 30-year engineering veteran. He comes to JENSEN after spending 25-years in the Oil & Gas industry where he held positions ranging from CAD Designer, to Engineering Manager; most recently developing engineering training materials. Andre’ also has experience in the Mobile Power Stations industry.

Mathew Messer-02.02.16-Lo ResMathew Messer, comes to JENSEN with project management experience, working in the Aerospace and Petroleum industries. He holds degrees from Georgia Institute of Technology and The University of Alabama in Huntsville. Mathew has designed programs for NASA, helicopter components for Sikorsky Aircraft, designed chemical plants/oil refineries and designed and helped drill oil wells for BP and Halliburton in the Gulf of Mexico.

Doug McElwain-07.11.16-Lo ResDoug McElwain come to JENSEN with over 20-years of project management, engineering, and manufacturing experience in multiple capital equipment industries. He received a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas. His most recent role was Operations and Engineering Manager for DeTect, Inc., manufacturer of radar systems for aviation, energy, environmental, and security markets. A key part of his role is leading the project management team in support of U.S. and Canadian clients. He recently obtained his PMP certification and is a member of the Board of Directors for the PMI Emerald Coast – Panama City Chapter.