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Ullmann appointed chief engineering officer.

WALTHAM, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec. 20, 1994--Klaus Ullmann, vice president, has been appointed chief engineering officer at Arkwright Mutual Insurance Co., a supplier of risk management services.

He is based in the company's home office in Waltham, Mass.

Ullmann will continue in his capacity as president of Arkwright Technical Services (ATS), a wholly owned subsidiary of Arkwright, where he is responsible for the development and marketing of technology used in the evaluation and analysis of pressure components and mechanical equipment.

Prior to assuming his position with ATS in 1993, Ullmann was vice president -- engineering at Arkwright for seven years. Previously, he worked for four years as assistant vice president and manager, boiler and machinery engineering. He joined the company in 1978 as a senior engineering specialist.

Before joining Arkwright, Ullmann was a senior engineer in the Toronto district office of Factory Mutual Engineering and Research, owned in part by Arkwright, where he provided loss control consulting services to customers in the steel, pulp and paper and electric utility industries.

Earlier in his career, Ullmann was responsible for the installation of main and auxiliary systems on various vessels for Bolton Steam Shipping Co., Ltd., London, England. He began his career in 1965 as a design and installation engineer at J&J Denholm Ltd., a naval architecture firm in Glasgow, Scotland.

Ullmann holds a master of science degree in fluid mechanics from the Technical University of Munich, and a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from St. Andrews University, Scotland. He serves on various committees of the American Society of Mechanical Engineering and is chairman of the society's power division.

Ullmann resides in Westwood, Mass.

CONTACT: Arkwright Mutual Insurance Co.

Betsy Anderson, 617/890-9300, ext. 3630
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