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Superior Boiler Works Names New Executive Vice President of Sales & Marketing

Superior Boiler Works Inc., a Hutchinson, Kan., manufacturer of Scotch Marine firetube boilers for more than 60 years, has named Brian Polowniak as the company’s new executive vice president of sales & marketing.

For more than 20 years, Polowniak was president and CEO of Solution Strategies, a global consulting firm that helped clients implement structured business processes to realize an immediate impact on revenue, profit and customer development. Polowniak also has 15 years of sales and executive management experience at Fortune 500 companies, including positions as Vice President of Sales at Procter & Gamble and Johnson & Johnson, and as President of Kimberly Services, North America. He has been recognized extensively for his personal and team sales success.

“Brian has a proven track record of meeting or exceeding sales, revenue and profit goals in every previous sales position,” said Superior CEO Doug Wright. “He will be instrumental in helping lead the execution of our strategic plans, and having him join our team continues our evolution of recreating Superior Boiler Works into a global market player.”

In his new role, Polowniak will be responsible for complete management and oversight of Superior’s sales and marketing activities and strategies, including management and development of the company’s partner representative network.

Polowniak holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Missouri-Columbia.

Hutchinson, Kan.-based Superior Boiler Works, provider of engineered energy solutions and a leader in clean air emissions technology, manufactures Scotch Marine firetube boilers for process steam, hot water and waste heat recovery. In business since the 1940s, the company has shipped more than 20,000 boilers throughout the United States and worldwide, and its commitment to unparalleled quality has produced the most dependable boilers available. Superior Boiler Works also provides parts and 24-hour service. The company employs 75 people. For more information, visit

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