Babieh joins STS in Abu Dhabi
15 Nov 10 by desalination
Severn Trent Services has announced the addition of Mohanned Babieh to its global business development team as senior sales manager responsible for selling filtration products and growing sales in the Middle East. He is based in the company’s Abu Dhabi, UAE, office.
In his new role, Babieh is responsible for developing markets in the Middle East for the company’s leading filtration products such as Tetra® LP Blocks™, Tetra® DeepBed™ and Denite® wastewater filters and the UAT™ membrane filtration technology.
Babieh joins Severn Trent Services with extensive experience in the sale of water treatment products and project management. He has a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Jordan University of Science & Technology and is fluent in English and Arabic.
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