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Transnuclear Inc., an AREVA company that delivers safe, worry-free, and cost-effective total system solutions for the transportation and storage of radioactive materials to utility customers, announces an internal re-organization along with personnel changes.

“TN will now be organized along individual business lines in order to drive strong accountability and to more effectively meet our customer needs and expectations,” said Michael McMahon, CEO of TN.

The following three business lines will align with customers’ needs:
  • Front-end (FE) business line: Provides transportation, packaging, and other logistical services for materials in the front end of the nuclear fuel cycle and for research reactor materials.
  • Reactors and services (R&S) business line: Provides nuclear facility operators pool-to-pad services, horizontal storage module (HSM) on-site fabrication / assembly, wet-fuel storage racks and related services for the storage and transfer of used nuclear fuel (UNF) and radioactive materials in support of on-site operations.
  • Back-end (BE) business line: Provides design, licensing, subcontracted fabrication and delivery of equipment necessary to furnish UNF dry storage solutions. The BE Business Line is also responsible for transportation of radioactive material for the back end of the fuel cycle.
The business lines are supported by five transverse organizations aligned under operations support. These transverse organizations are: design engineering, fabrication control, fleet asset management, field services and operations, and transportation.

To support this new organizational structure, the following personnel changes have been announced:
  • Jeff Hays has been named vice president of the BE business line, reporting to the president and chief operating officer (COO).  
  • Bill Tench has been named manager of the reactors and services business line, reporting to the president and COO.
  • Clark Vanderniet has been named director of regulatory affairs, reporting to the president and COO.  
  • Stuart Horowitz has been named director of fabrication control, reporting to the vice president of operations support.
  • Mike Valenzano has been named director of transportation, reporting to the vice president of operations support.
  • Prakash Narayanan has been named deputy director of design engineering, reporting to the director of design engineering.
  • Philippe Pham has been named nuclear analysis manager, reporting to the director of design engineering.
  • Jay Morales has been named casks and transfer equipment supervisor of project engineering, reporting to the director of fabrication control.  
  • Marlin Stoltz II has been named DSC supervisor of project engineering, reporting to the director of fabrication control.
  • Todd Young has been named quality assurance manager of project support, reporting to the vice president of quality assurance. 
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0412 Executive Digest.People 5

Transnuclear Inc., an AREVA company that delivers safe, worry-free, and cost-effective total system solutions for the transportation and storage of radioactive materials to utility customers, announces an internal re-organization along with personnel changes.

“TN will now be organized along individual business lines in order to drive strong accountability and to more effectively meet our customer needs and expectations,” said Michael McMahon, CEO of TN.

The following three business lines will align with customers’ needs:
  • Front-end (FE) business line: Provides transportation, packaging, and other logistical services for materials in the front end of the nuclear fuel cycle and for research reactor materials.
  • Reactors and services (R&S) business line: Provides nuclear facility operators pool-to-pad services, horizontal storage module (HSM) on-site fabrication / assembly, wet-fuel storage racks and related services for the storage and transfer of used nuclear fuel (UNF) and radioactive materials in support of on-site operations.
  • Back-end (BE) business line: Provides design, licensing, subcontracted fabrication and delivery of equipment necessary to furnish UNF dry storage solutions. The BE Business Line is also responsible for transportation of radioactive material for the back end of the fuel cycle.
The business lines are supported by five transverse organizations aligned under operations support. These transverse organizations are: design engineering, fabrication control, fleet asset management, field services and operations, and transportation.

To support this new organizational structure, the following personnel changes have been announced:
  • Jeff Hays has been named vice president of the BE business line, reporting to the president and chief operating officer (COO).  
  • Bill Tench has been named manager of the reactors and services business line, reporting to the president and COO.
  • Clark Vanderniet has been named director of regulatory affairs, reporting to the president and COO.  
  • Stuart Horowitz has been named director of fabrication control, reporting to the vice president of operations support.
  • Mike Valenzano has been named director of transportation, reporting to the vice president of operations support.
  • Prakash Narayanan has been named deputy director of design engineering, reporting to the director of design engineering.
  • Philippe Pham has been named nuclear analysis manager, reporting to the director of design engineering.
  • Jay Morales has been named casks and transfer equipment supervisor of project engineering, reporting to the director of fabrication control.  
  • Marlin Stoltz II has been named DSC supervisor of project engineering, reporting to the director of fabrication control.
  • Todd Young has been named quality assurance manager of project support, reporting to the vice president of quality assurance.