Watts Water Technologies appoints two new positions

Sept. 23, 2014

NORTH ANDOVER, Mass. — Watts Water Technologies Inc., through its subsidiaries, is a global manufacturer of innovative products to control the efficiency, safety and quality of water within residential, commercial and institutional applications.

NORTH ANDOVER, Mass. — Watts Water Technologies announced the appointment of Guillermo Garcia as the outside sales manager for the Western region of Watts’ Water Quality division, and Peter Parsons has joined the company as the national product training manager – Americas, according to a press release.

Garcia has been in the water industry for 13 years and holds a level three Certified Water Specialist certification (CWS-III) from the Water Quality Association (WQA) and before his appointment as the outside sales manager, he served as an inside sales representative, providing customer service technical support for the Western region, stated the release.

Parsons brings more than 30 years of training experience and program leadership within global companies to his new position and he will be responsible for the development of a comprehensive product training strategy for the Americas, including creating both online and in-person training programs, developing training facilities, identifying required resources and developing a consistent curriculum for individuals conducting training in the field.

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