Intellitect Water welcomes new chief executive

July 29, 2014

ROMSEY, England — Intellitect Water, a water quality monitoring instrumentation company, appoints Steve Willis as chief executive.

ROMSEY, England — Steve Willis has been appointed the new chief executive of Intellitect Water’s facility in Romsey, Hampshire, England, according to a press release.

Willis will take charge of the day to day operations starting in August, with current Chief Executive Tony Halker managing the transfer of operational responsibilities, after which Halker will remain director of both the holding and operating companies, stated the release.

Willis began his career in the water industry as an engineer in water treatment systems, and then moved to sales leadership roles in a variety of SMEs, later settling in his most recent position before Intellitect Water’s appointment, as the European managing director of Futec, a manufacturer of process automation solutions, continued the release.

“I am pleased to welcome Steve to the team and look forward to utilizing his considerable experience to further develop Intellitect Water’s success,” said Halker.

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