RSC Bio Solutions Re-shuffles Leadership

Press Release
Thursday, May 30, 2013

The company, suppliers of biodegradable cleaners, degreasers & functional fluids, reorganizes its leadership team following its Terresolve acquisition.

“With the acquisition of Terresolve Technologies earlier this year, RSC Bio Solutions now possesses an even wider range of proven, readily biodegradable products across a broad spectrum of industries,” said Mike Guggenheimer, president and CEO for RSC Bio Solutions. “RSC Bio Solutions is organizing around talented, experienced teams to ensure the growth of our products in these markets.”

Mike Guggenheimer is president and CEO of RSC Bio Solutions.  He also directs long-term corporate strategy, mergers and acquisitions and the sales and marketing teams for Radiator Specialty Company (RSC), as their vice president of sales, marketing and business development.

Mark Miller is executive vice president of sales and was cofounder and CEO of Terresolve Technologies. He 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.

Lisa Owen is vice president of business development and marketing. Owen leads business development and marketing teams in assessing land-based market, product and customer opportunities as well as B2B marketing for the range of biobased solvents and functional fluids.

Donald Sweeney is vice president of finance and operations and assumes responsibility for all financial matters for the company, including managing working capital, cash flow and overall profitability.  Sweeney is also responsible for managing the supply chain and daily operations.

Dr. Larry Beaver is vice president of technology and oversees research and development, regulatory and environmental functions for all divisions of the company.

Rolf Geibach is director of technology and develops new commercially viable biodegradable lubricants for customers and formulizes optimization on existing lubricants.

Established in 2010 and headquartered in North Carolina, RSC Bio Solutions is an affiliate of Radiator Chemical Solutions and is focused on providing high-performance chemistries that are safer, non-hazardous and environmentally responsible.

www.rscbio.com


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