RSC Bio Solutions Make Several Staff Appointments
Tuesday, July 02, 2013
clockwise from top left: Debbie Mills, Ken Shelley, Lisa Owen, Mark Miller, Matt Houston, Patrick Van Every

RSC Bio Solutions said it is focused on growing its business in key markets and has organized its sales team into segments focused on growing private and public waste, marine construction, marine transport, utility fleets, offshore oil and gas and wind power industries. With that, the company has made several new staff appointments in hopes of facilitating company growth.

“One of many benefits of the RSC Bio Solutions product line is its versatility in providing high-performance, safer chemical solutions to a wide range of marine and land industries,” said Mike Guggenheimer, president and CEO for RSC Bio Solutions. “We have added experienced and knowledgeable segment managers to position our brand and products for growth in each industry they serve.”

Patrick Van Every joins as market manager, solid waste. Van Every is a respected industry veteran who brings more than 20 years of experience with regional and national waste companies including Waste Management, American Waste and Waste Industries.

Matt Houston, market manager, marine construction, brings eight years of business development experience in the light, medium and heavy construction industries, a natural fit for the marine construction arena. Houston comes from global manufacturers Wacker Neuson and Dap Products Inc.

Ken Shelley, market manager, marine transport, is a retired veteran of the U.S. Navy SeaBees, where he served as a chief construction mechanic and diver for more than 20 years. During this time, he gained valuable experience in lubricant technologies and applications.

Debbie Guynn Mills will be serving as market manager, utility fleets. Mills has more than 11 years of experience in sales and business development. Mills’ most recent role was developing and maintaining business relationships with industrial and consumer clients in the biobased chemical industry.

As executive vice president of sales, Mark Miller is responsible for creating and implementing market strategies, maintaining and growing strategic relationships specific to marine-based markets including offshore oil and gas, marine transport and construction. Miller will also manage the offshore oil and gas segment business for RSC Bio Solutions. He has engineered, sold and marketed lubricants and lubricant additives for more than 30 years.  He served as global major account manager for The Lubrizol Corporation before founding Terresolve Technologies where he directed all product development and market activities.

In addition to her role as vice president of marketing and business development assessing land-based market, product and customer opportunities, Lisa Owen will manage the wind power segment for RSC Bio Solutions. Owen will use her more than 16 years of industrial business development and experience, including eight years with biobased solvents and renewable resource-based plastics, to focus on emerging technologies and wind power.

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