Plymouth Technology promotes Timothy O’Mara to sales and marketing director

Feb. 12, 2014

ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich. — O’Mara was previously a Metals Removal Systems™ project manager at Plymouth Technology.

ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich. — Plymouth Technology Inc., a provider of industrial and oil and gas water treatment chemicals and applications engineering solutions, has promoted Timothy O'Mara to sales and marketing director, according to a press release published by Midland Daily News.

 “We are proud to promote Tim to this key position which is a keystone for the company’s growth,” stated Plymouth Technology President Amanda Christides. “He has excelled at every stage of his career at Plymouth Technology and brings the winning combination of technical expertise, a diligent work ethic and a thorough understanding of the needs of industrial customers with regard to wastewater treatment and other technical solutions.”

O'Mara started with Plymouth Technology in 2007 as a Metals Removal Systems™ (MRS) project manager, before which he served in executive positions with Rhino Linings and PPG Industries, the release noted.

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“I’m eager to apply my skills to this new, challenging position at Plymouth Technology and excited to lead this dynamic team,” said O’Mara. “Our superior technology and deep product knowledge enables us to provide the optimum solutions for oil and gas companies as well as other companies seeking cost savings with environmentally sound, wastewater treatment processes.”

According to the release, Plymouth Technology helps manufacturers in a wide range of industries consistently experience greater savings from ease of operation and reduced maintenance, chemical, wastewater treatment and wastewater disposal costs.

Read the full release here.

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