Bühler Aeroglide Appoints New Director Of Product Management

Thursday, November 17th, 2016 | 648 Views

Paul Branson, previously product manager for Aeroglide’s global industrial markets, will now serve as director of product manager for Bühler Aeroglide, a company that deals with thermal process engineering and technology for food, feed, and industrial materials.

In this role Branson will keep Bühler Aeroglide’s product portfolio competitive with an emphasis on increasing quality, reducing production cycles, and developing advanced products and solutions. Most recently, Branson served as Product Manager for Aeroglide’s global industrial markets.

Bühler Aeroglide’s president and chief executive officer Andy Sharpe says Mr Branson brings the technical expertise and insight needed to push forward as the company continues on one of the most ambitious product development drives in its history. “As we work to increase our regional market knowledge and gain a deeper understanding of customer needs in emerging markets, Paul will implement corporate strategies that ensure our products remain strong and relative to market dynamics,” he said.

“I’m looking forward to this new role, to help lead business development and realise Bühler Aeroglide’s product vision,” said Mr Branson. “Most important is that we maintain our legacy of market differentiation and continue to bring the unique value that enables our customers to be successful.”


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