ITT Industries Appoints New Directors

ITT Industries, Morton Grove, IL, has appointed three executives to new positions in its Fluid Handling Division. Mark Handzel has been promoted to director of U.S. sales, HVAC and plumbing products, for its Fluid Handling Division. In addition to directing U.S. sales of the company’s Bell & Gossett, McDonnell & Miller, Hoffman Specialty and Domestic Pump products, Handzel’s responsibilities have been expanded to include the Division’s direct sales and advertising departments. He has been with Fluid Handling for more than 19 years and has served in various sales and marketing positions, most recently as manager of national sales. Karl Buscher has been promoted to director, Morton Grove marketing and technical services. In addition to his responsibilities for marketing and product development for the Division’s Bell & Gossett organization, he will direct the Training and Education Services Department, as well as marketing and sales for the companyís A-C Fire Pump unit. Buscher has served in several marketing positions at Fluid Handling for 13 years. John C. Everhart has joined the company as director, international sales and marketing, for the Fluid Handling Division. He is responsible for developing and implementing Fluid Handling’s marketing, sales, distribution and manufacturing strategies in markets outside North America. Everhart previously held international marketing positions at a major manufacturing company serving the HVAC industry. ITT’s Fluid Handling Division is a leading manufacturer of centrifugal pumps, hydronic specialties, heat exchangers, condensate handling equipment, and packaged systems for variable and constant speed pumping, heat transfer and pressure boosting, steam and boiler controls. For more information, call 847/966-3700, or visit http://fhs.ittind.com.

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