Stefano Trabalzini Joins CRL as Italian Translator; Chris Danihel Appointed Manager of CRL's Pittsburgh Office
September 22, 2010

C.R. Laurence Co., Inc. (CRL) has announced two recent personnel changes. Stefano Trabalzini is the company's new Italian translator and Chris Danihel has been appointed as manager of CRL's Pittsburgh office.

Stefano comes to CRL from the University of Florence, where he earned a master's degree in international relations and also graduated first in his class, summa cum laude.

Carlos Lemus, CRL's human resources director, says, "We are very pleased to have Stefano join our team. He will have an important role in our continuing initiative to provide all our services in the languages of the markets in which we operate. Stefano's main priority is to provide our Italian office with properly translated CRL documents and marketing resources to conduct business in Italy with confidence, accuracy, and credibility. He will also spearhead efforts to translate CRL's website, crlaurence.com, to Italian, as well as other documents and materials. Stefano's arrival coincides with the establishment of our newest branch in Cornaredo, Italy, northwest of Milan, whichdirectly serves our important Italian market."

Commenting on Danihel's appointment as manager of CRL's Pittsburgh office, Lloyd Talbert, CRL's president, said, "Chris was part of the Blumcraft team that came over to CRL in June with our Blumcraft of Pittsburgh acquisition, and he has done a great job assisting with the transition. In his new role, Chris will be responsible for all facets of customer service for the Blumcraft brand in Pittsburgh. He will also facilitate the flow of information between sales and engineering personnel in Pittsburgh with operations in Los Angeles as we continue to integrate the Blumcraft products into the CRL line."

 

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