KMS welcomes Giuseppe Guglielmi as regional sales manager

July 23, 2014

WILMINGTON, Mass. — Giuseppe Guglielmi will be responsible for serving industrial and municipal water and wastewater end-users as well as system and facilities engineers throughout the region.

WILMINGTON, Mass. — Koch Membrane Systems, Inc. (KMS) Division of John Zink KEU GmbH hires Giuseppe Guglielmi as regional sales manager, for the water and wastewater division in Monza Brianza Italy, according to a press release.

Guglielmi has more than 10 years of experience in the water and wastewater sector and has worked on membrane bioreactor technology for wastewater treatment, focusing primarily on process optimization, modelling and automation for energy saving since 2003, stated the release.

In 2008 he became the technical director of ETC Engineering LTD, a consulting firm he co-established, and was additionally responsible for the commercial launch of the Oscar process controller technology, continued the release.

 “Giuseppe has great process and design experience and will be a significant asset in serving customers within the region,” said KMS European Sales Director for Water & Wastewater Chris King. “He has a demonstrated ability in helping end-users address the issues that are most important in creating operational reliability and efficiency.”

Read the entire press release here.

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