Berggren Joins Grundfos

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Grundfos has hired Jon Berggren as a new Business Development Manager to further strengthen the global pump manufacturer’s marine sector.
Berggren holds degrees in mechanical engineering and marketing. He has 14 years of international experience in the maritime industry. Most recently, he was Marketing Manager of Commercial Marine at Colfax Corporation, where he was also Sales Director of IMO AB, one of the company’s brands. He has also held various positions with Alfa Laval, among other jobs.
As Business Development Manager at Grundfos, Berggren will provide coordination and continuity of Grundfos sales and marketing efforts within the maritime sector.
“We have great expectations that Jon will add the ballast to take our marine business to the next level,” says Morten Gylling, Market Segment Director at Grundfos.

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