|By Business Wire||
|July 23, 2014 02:30 PM EDT||
HUBER Technology, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of HUBER SE, announced today that Henk-Jan van Ettekoven has been appointed as the new President at HUBER Technology, Inc., headquartered in Huntersville NC.
Henk-Jan van Ettekoven, 47, served as the company’s Director of Manufacturing and Service since 2007, in which he was responsible for strategic growth opportunities, the development of new programs and products, along with directing aftermarket sales activities in North America.
Prior to joining HUBER Technology, Inc., Mr. van Ettekoven served in a senior executive position at American Monforts Corporation, a subsidiary of German-based Monforts which produces machines and ranges for dyeing and finishing woven and knitted fabrics, including responsibility for North America aftermarket sales business .
HUBER SE Board of Director Rainer Köhler said, "I want to welcome Henk-Jan to his new role as HUBER Technology’s President and CEO. Henk-Jan has the depth and knowledge of strategic, marketing, sales, financial, technical, and operational leadership experience. I am highly confident that Henk-Jan will bring exemplary visionary leadership, tremendous passion, and focus on ensuring the success of the HUBER Technology business.”
View the release on the HUBER website.
About HUBER Technology, Inc.
HUBER Technology provides state-of-the-art equipment for municipal and industrial water and wastewater treatment. Our main focus is liquid/solid separation in general and headworks equipment in particular. We offer a comprehensive line of stainless steel equipment.
The HUBER Group is successfully operating in the environmental engineering sector. With more than 175 years of commitment to drinking water and wastewater treatment, HUBER has always been an innovator in this field with a continuous focus on the development of new solutions to conserve one of our most valuable resources: water.
A member of the German owned HUBER Group, HUBER Technology, Inc. maintains its 35,000 square feet of executive offices and operations in Huntersville, North Carolina.
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