STS appoints new European business manager
24 Oct 11 by desalination
Severn Trent Services announced on 21 October 2011 that Enric Cardoner is to be the new general manager for its Water Purification group in Europe.
Cardoner will manage the company’s European business, which is serviced from offices in the United Kingdom, Italy and Spain.
Previously, Cardoner held positions at EMTE Sistemas and at ADASA Sistemas, where he was general manager for the past seven years.
Born in Girona, Spain, Cardoner is a qualified engineer from the Universitat Politècnica of Catalonia and earned an MBA from the ESADE Business School.
According to Cardoner, “My primary goal as general manager is to maintain Severn Trent Services‘ leadership in Spain as a key provider of water and wastewater treatment technologies, as well as strengthening our market position across the rest of Europe”.
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