Cleaning Technologies Has New CEO
The manufacturer of industrial parts cleaning machinery promotes an executive from within with industry experience and an engineering background to grow the company’s market presence in the innovative cleaning and waste minimization equipment sectors.
Cleaning Technologies Group, LLC (CTG; Cincinnati, OH) recently announced that Bernard (Barney) A. Bosse Jr. would become the chief executive officer effective January 1, 2013 and be responsible for the overall operation of the company, including the Ransohoff, Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics and CTG Asia divisions.
Bosse was the president of the Ransohoff Division since December 2010. He joined Ransohoff in 1990 and held various positions within the company, most recently as the vice president of engineering and as the national sales and marketing manager. He holds a BSME and an MBA from the University of Cincinnati.
Bosse said, “I am honored and excited to lead Cleaning Technologies Group as we continue our global growth in products and markets. I am very appreciative of the great people at our company and the passion they show every day for our customers.”
Jim McEachen, the former chief executive officer, announced his retirement at the end of 2012 but will remain with CTG as a board member and to assist in the transition. McEachen turned 65 this year and has been with the company for over 15 years.
“I am excited about this change and confident that now is the time to pass leadership on to the next generation. Barney is a great leader and has tremendous customer and industry knowledge, which, along with a really great team, will allow him to guide CTG to more growth and expansion in the coming years,” said McEachen.
In other organization news, Dave Melton recently joined CTG as the marketing manager to provide marketing support by developing and executing activities that build global awareness for the Ransohoff, Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics, and CTG Asia product lines.
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