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Two New Faces at Intellitect Water

Published: Friday, July 20, 2012
Last Updated: Friday, July 20, 2012
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Appointment of Mark Duckworth and Jo Cooper as Engineering Manager and Product/Market Specialist respectively.

Intellitect Water has announced the appointment of two new staff members, which CEO Tony Halker says “represents an investment in innovation and customer support.”

Mark Duckworth has been appointed Engineering Manager and will work in product development.

He has an MSc in Cybernetics and seven years of experience in the design of low-power, high-precision instrumentation for use in harsh environments.

He says he is delighted with his new position “because the Intellisonde is a truly innovative technology which deals with an issue that has confounded the water sector for decades.”

Jo Cooper joins the company as Product/Market Specialist. She has 20 years of experience in the chemical industry and will be responsible for supporting customers and Intellitect’s international network of distributors.

For example, following the successful completion of an in-house training programme, one of Jo’s first assignments involved a site visit to help a customer in the Middle East.

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