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Sartorius Appoints Internationally Experienced Laboratory Manager

Published: Friday, January 31, 2014
Last Updated: Thursday, January 30, 2014
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Michael Melingo to succeed Dominique Baly in the Sartorius lab business.

Effective April 1, 2014, Michael Melingo will head marketing, sales and services of the Lab Products & Services Division at Sartorius. He will therefore succeed Dominique Baly, who will retire from the company as planned after reaching retirement age.

Michael Melingo will report to CEO and Executive Board Chairman Dr. Joachim Kreuzburg and be a member of the Group Executive Committee, the highest operational management level of the Sartorius Group.

Michael Melingo, who brings more than 30 years of experience in the industry as a sales and marketing executive, will be joining Sartorius from Metrohm, the Swiss manufacturer of analytical instruments, where he was CEO of its U.S. subsidiary.

Before that, he had worked for Baxter, Bio-Rad, Millipore and Waters in Europe and Asia. Michael Melingo is of Austrian nationality and a bioengineer who specializes in biochemistry and food technology.

“With Michael, we have found an exceptionally experienced manager to join our team, who has successfully managed international laboratory businesses. In his new role at Sartorius, he will focus on further developing the global sales, marketing and service organization of our laboratory division business and strengthen its strategic positioning,” said Sartorius CEO and Executive Board Chairman Joachim Kreuzburg.


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