Atanasio Named President, CEO of Alfa Laval, Inc.

(Press Release)
Friday, January 07, 2011
John Atanasio

<p>John Atanasio was appointed President and CEO of Alfa Laval Inc., responsible for leading Alfa Laval in the USA to drive profitable growth in its markets, leveraging the company&rsquo;s key technologies of heat transfer, separation and fluid handling. Atanasio joined Alfa Laval in 1982 in the company&rsquo;s Food and Dairy Group. He joined Alfa Laval Separation in 1990. In 2001, Atanasio was named President of Alfa Laval USA&rsquo;s Parts and Service Division, and then President of the company&rsquo;s Equipment Division in 2004. Most recently, Atanasio served as President of the Hygienic and Marine group of Alfa Laval Inc. Prior to joining Alfa Laval, he held a number of positions at Westfalia Separator.<br /> Atanasio holds a Bachelor of Science degree. He has completed executive management programs at Duke University&rsquo;s Fuqua School of Business and the Ashridge Business School. He is based at the Alfa Laval facility in Richmond, Virginia.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>

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