Aquasource appoints new COO
08 Jun 10 by desalination
Eric Dehouck has been named as the new chief operating officer of Aquasource, the ultrafiltration subsidiary of the Degrémont group.
Dehouck has occupied various posts within the Degrémont group, notably in the subsidiaries Infilco in the US, Anderson Water System in Canada, and in the company hq, where he was very involved with the company’s commercial growth. Dehouck intends to bring sales and marketing even closer to follow the growth of Aquasource, notably in Europe and Asia.
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