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Fluid Imaging Technologies expands senior management

July 2, 2013
AlgaeIndustryMagazine.com

Fluid Imaging TechnologiesYarmouth, Maine-based laboratory instrumentation manufacturer Fluid Imaging Technologies has expanded its senior management team with the additions of Becky Metivier as vice president, marketing and Barry Godowsky as vice president, industrial sales, and with the promotions of Rob Chatfield to vice president, chief financial officer, and Harry Nelson to vice president, aquatic markets.

Metivier will be responsible for the overall leadership and management of the marketing team including global marketing strategy, brand management and corporate communications. Godowsky will be responsible for leading the industrial markets sales team in developing new business worldwide with a focus on the pharmaceutical, chemical, food and biotechnology markets.

Chatfield, formerly serving as CFO, will be responsible for the company’s overall economic strategy, in addition to managing the financial condition as treasurer and controller. Nelson, former director of aquatic sales and marketing, will be responsible for leading the aquatics division, and will continue to spearhead growth in marine and water quality markets. Noted imaging authority Lew Brown has been named technical director.

The executive appointments highlight the addition of 16 staffers representing every facet of the organization including customer support, product development and engineering, laboratory services, and manufacturing and production, as well as sales, marketing and administration.

The new positions were created to capitalize on the company’s sharp growth and to meet escalating worldwide demand for its FlowCAM® particle imaging and analysis system, which is in use by the U.S. EPA, FDA, Pfizer, Amgen, Heinz, Nestle, Apache, and Scripps Institution of Oceanography, among other organizations worldwide.

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