New Sales Manager at Mar-In-Controls

press release
Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Gerard S.J. Schrama, International Sales Manager

Mar-In-Controls B.V. has recently appointed ing. Gerard S.J. Schrama as International Sales Manager. Gerard replaces Jan Willem Zomer who has left the company earlier, and will be reporting directly to the General Manager of the company.


He will be responsible for the worldwide marketing and sales of the instruments and engineered measurement & control systems of the company. The scope of supply comprises a.o. single instruments, like flow meters, bulk meters, controllers, viscosity analysers & controllers, level meters as well as engineered systems like fuel supply units, lub oil systems, cooling water systems, etc. In the engineered systems multiple technologies are combined into one functional unit, often skid mounted.
 

Gerard, who graduated on the Maritime Academy in Amsterdam and, over time, further studied Strategic Management, Financial Management, and Marketing Management says; “It is nice to spearhead the marketing & sales activities for a technology based company. To make alliances all over the world in order to better serve our customers.”

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