In a continued effort to deliver the best customer service in the industry, EBARA International Corporation Fluid Handling Division (EIC-FHD), a leading provider of water and wastewater pumps, is pleased to announce the appointment of Mark F. Brown as Northeast Regional Sales Manager. With the addition of Mark, Thomas F. McCormick will assume the newly created role of Mid-Atlantic Regional Sales Manager.
Mark’s career began with Gould Pumps where he advanced from Applications Engineer to Product Manager over a sixteen-year period. He also held the position as Monitoring and Control National Sales Manager where he managed all sales activity associated with the technology arm of ITT Goulds Pumps.
His experience includes time spent as Business Development Manager with A.W. Chesterton in addition to entrepreneurial endeavors with start-up companies focused on (CPQ) configuration technologies. Mark holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from Clarkson University, Potsdam, New York.
As Northeast Regional Sales Manager, Mark will be responsible for the promotion and sales of EBARA Fluid Handling products throughout Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Northern New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Canada.
Tom McCormick will assume the new role of Mid-Atlantic Regional Sales Manager. Tom’s experience with Ebara products, markets, and applications will enable him to further support the distribution network throughout this region. Tom will be responsible for the promotion and sales of EBARA Fluid Handling products throughout this newly formed Mid-Atlantic Region consisting of: Delaware, North Carolina, South Carolina, Eastern Kentucky, Maryland, Southern New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia.
“With both Mark’s and Tom’s extensive experience, we are thrilled to expand our sales and support team,” stated Rick Thompson, Vice President, EIC-FHD. “Mark and Tom will collaborate with sales management, field service, and customer service functions to support our valued distribution and customer network.”
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EBARA International Corporation (EIC, www.ebaraintl.com) is an American subsidiary of EBARA Corporation, Japan. Representing the North American portion of the global pump and fluid machinery manufacturer, EIC encompasses three divisions, Cryodynamics, Fluid Handling, and North American Custom Pump.
The Fluid Handling Division (www.pumpsebara.com) provides engineered pump, pump products and related services for the water, wastewater, sewage, commercial, industrial and municipal industries offering reliable product knowledge, application expertise and responsive support including aftermarket replacement parts services. EBARA Fluid Handling Division maintains inventory that allows it to assemble, test, and ship pump units and offer a 24-hour quick-ship program for stainless steel stock pumps and parts and 3 to 5 day shipments on cast iron submersible pumps up to 60 HP. Recognizing the continued strain on water and wastewater facilities and infrastructures with increased maintenance, energy, and environmental demands and costs, EBARA Fluid Handling Division strives to deploy the best water, wastewater pumps, pump products, and technologies to meet these requirements.
Founded in 1912, EBARA Corporation (www.ebara.co.jp/en/) is recognized as a world leader in the design, development and manufacture of industrial machinery with a predominant focus on the production of pumps, pumping systems and compressors for a wide range of applications. Ebara remains the largest single brand pump company in the world and develops high quality, efficient products and key system components for the fields of water supply, energy and environmental issues.
Marketing Communications Manager
EBARA Fluid Handling