Sulzer Appoints César Montenegro as New Division President of Pumps Equipment
Change in the Sulzer Executive Committee
César Montenegro, aged 61, a citizen of Venezuela and the US, has been with the company for more than three decades. He has vast experience and a successful track record in leading large operational units within Sulzer including the Pumps Business in North America. Klaus Stahlmann, CEO of Sulzer, said: "With his excellent performance within Sulzer and strong ability to strengthen customer orientation and align organizations while integrating different units, César will drive the division's reorganization and future development."
Scot Smith, currently Division President of Pumps Equipment, has informed the Board that he will leave Sulzer in order to pursue a career opportunity outside the company. The company would like to thank him for his contribution and wish him all the best for his personal and professional future.
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Sulzer, headquartered in Winterthur, Switzerland, since 1834, specializes in pumping solutions, rotating equipment maintenance and services as well as separation, reaction, and mixing technology. The company is a leading provider in its key markets: oil and gas, power, and water. Sulzer serves clients around the world through a network of over 150 production and service sites, and it has a strong footprint in emerging markets. In 2013, the company achieved sales of over CHF 3.2 billion with around 15 000 employees.