Carreño to head IDE sales in South America
25 Sep 12 by desalination
Desalination company IDE Technologies Ltd announced on 24 September 2012 the appointment of Orlando Carreño as its new regional director of sales and business development for South America.
With more than 22 years of business development, sales and service-related experience and expertise in the environmental and water treatment fields, IDE says Carreño is set to achieve significant growth for the company’s business in South America.
Prior to joining IDE, Carreño was the director of sales and business development for the Americas at Aquatech International. He has also been western region vice president at Envirogen Technologies Inc, where he spent nearly eight years in water treatment equipment sales and services. He also served as the business development manager of Layne Christensen, a global water management, construction and drilling company.
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