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Alfa Laval restructures its USA Sanitary Segment

Alfa Laval, a supplier in the dairy industry, recently announced restructuring with its USA Sanitary Segment. The new structure is led by three interdependent teams — designed to drive and achieve fluid handling and heat transfer market successes:Jim Larsen

The Business Development team, led by Jim Larsen (right), will create greater levels of demand for Alfa Laval products and solutions by targeting end users and their projects. Jim brings over 20 years of product engineering, product and project management experience to his new role. Most recently, he served as Business Development Manager, Valves.

Joe LandryThe Channel Management team, led by Joe Landry (left), will continue to manage and drive sales through distributors and other channel partners. Joe has over 20 years of experience working with distributors, including nearly 10 years with Tri-Clover. In his previous role, he served as District Sales Manager.

Carl LemkeThe Technical Services team, led by Carl Lemke (right), will work with Alfa Laval’s entire Sanitary product portfolio, providing technical and commercial support to all sales channels, end customers and sales teams. Carl has over 30 years of heat transfer and process design experience — working within all Food, Dairy and Beverage industries throughout the United States and Canada. Previously, Carl served as Business Development Manager.
 

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