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Bühler Aeroglide appoints Mark Newton Regional Manager, EMEA

12 April 20182 min reading
mark-newton Bühler Aeroglide, a global leader in thermal process engineering and technology for food, feed, and industrial markets announced that Mark Newton has been appointed regional manager of Europe, Middle East and Africa. As regional manager, based in Manchester, UK, Mark Newton will be responsible for business development and strategic planning that aligns Bühler Aeroglide’s overall business strategy with the wider Europe, Middle East and Africa regions. Newton comes to Bühler Aeroglide with a deep understanding of process machinery, having served global organizations in the chemical, mineral, food, waste, automotive and aerospace sectors. In his tenure with Mitchell Dryers, Limited, Newton successfully led capital sales and equipment development for Mitchell’s processing expertise and market requirements. Prior to Mitchell Dryers, Newton was technical sales engineer for Primatronic PLC and Cussons Technology. “Mark is an excellent addition to our international team who can help us realize opportunities for closer regional collaboration as we continue to invest in direct sales, develop our key sectors, and expand Bühler Aeroglide’s product range,” said Vice President of Sales, Andy Britt. “His wealth of experience and appreciation of our company values will benefit our customers and our business.”As a business unit of Bühler, Aeroglide provides sales and service for its industry-leading equipment in more than 140 countries around the world.
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