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BLACOH Announces Key Additions to Management Team

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BLACOH Announces Key Additions to Management Team

BLACOH Fluid Control, Inc., a leader in industrial fluid control products, recently announced the company has expanded their management team and realigned key positions within the company as part of their strategy for growth.  According to BLACOH President, Andrew Yeghnazar, “As our business continues to grow and expand globally, we are investing in our support structure to ensure that as we grow, so does support for our customers.”

Marcus Wheelwright has been appointed BLACOH’s new Business Development Manager, responsible for the Technical and Sales Support group. He will also focus on increasing business in the Western United States, and will continue managing sales for the Northeastern region until a replacement is announced.  Greg Grisafe has been named Technical Support Manager and will anchor the Inside Sales Support group, and long-time BLACOH staff member Gene Wardlow has been promoted to Production Manager.

“We’re also introducing some new faces from outside the pump industry, who bring experience from such blue chip firms as Boeing, Danaher and GE”, said Mr. Yeghnazar.  Kimmie Johnson joins BLACOH as the new Global Sourcing Manager, with leadership skills in procurement, logistics and manufacturing.  The new Engineering Manager, Thomas Kruut, has extensive experience in engineering, design and fluid management, and will be responsible for all engineering functions, along with new product development and innovation.  He will also be available to provide detailed engineering support to customers. Mr. Yeghnazar summed up the reasons for the changes by saying, “Our plans for growth at BLACOH are clearly intentional and strategic. We firmly believe that recent advancements will help BLACOH and our customers grow our mutual businesses more efficiently and with greater success.”

BLACOH Fluid Control is the industry standard for dampening and pulsation control. They have been in business for more than 35 years, providing smooth fluid flows for pumping systems all over the world. BLACOH’s goal is to increase the productivity, safety and efficiency of fluid systems, while decreasing maintenance and operating costs.  BLACOH products are designed to enhance profitability by improving pump and instrumentation performance throughout the entire process system, while significantly extending system component life.

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