2/20/2015 | 1 MINUTE READ

New Leadership at Doosan

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Mr. Hee Eun Ahn is now CEO at Doosan Infracore America Machine Tools.


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Doosan Infracore America Machine Tools (DIA) announces the appointment of Mr. Hee Eun Ahn to the position of CEO. Mr. Ahn has been with Doosan for more than 12 years. During his tenure he has served in several positions, including the Chief of Staff for the CEO of Doosan Infracore, the Head of Doosan Corporate Strategic Planning team, and as the Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing for AP/E of Construction Equipment. Prior to joining Doosan, he served at General Electric Power Systems for 4 years as a financial manager and at Ernst & Young LLP for 8 years as a management consultant.

“I’m excited to be joining Doosan Infracore America Machine Tools at a time when manufacturing is returning to North America in a big way. Doosan is well positioned to support this growth with our mature management team and sales channel, along with a reputation for providing superior support to our customers,” notes Mr. Ahn.

Born and raised in Seoul, Korea, Mr. Ahn pursued his higher studies in the United States, including his undergrad at the University of Louisville, where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Finance followed by his Master’s degree in Business Administration from Duke University, North Carolina. Mr. Ahn is married to Ms. Hyun Jin, and they have two daughters, Katherine and Jennifer.

Doosan Infracore Machine Tools designs, engineers and manufactures the industry’s widest breadth of CNC machine tools, including Multitasking Machines, Turning Centers, Machining Centers, Boring Mills, Gantry Mills and Automated Pallet Systems. Doosan Infracore America (DIA) supports the manufacturing communities of North, Central and South America. DIA is based in Pine Brook, NJ, just outside Metro New York City, and operates technology centers in Atlanta, GA, Chicago, IL, Los Angeles, CA and Sao Paulo, Brazil.

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