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Technical writer appointed at Rinnai

Technical writer appointed at Rinnai

Rinnai NZ Ltd has appointed Carla Wentink in the newly-created role of technical writer.

Ms Wentink previously held the position of commercial market manager, and will now take ownership for development of technical and training documentation for all external audiences including trade, specifiers and customers.

She will also take responsibility for the strategic development of the Rinnai web site.
Rinnai sales services and marketing manager David Waters says the company made the change because of the increasing importance of providing excellent training and technical documents to the trade and specifiers.

“With several new products/projects under way, this role will be critical in maintaining our market leadership position,” Mr Waters says.
As well as writing technical documents for new products which are introduced, Ms Wentink will be working through current technical documentation to update it where necessary.


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