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    Centrisys/CNP’s Growing Sales Team Welcomes Two New Representatives


    New team members bring extensive industry experience, product knowledge, engineering expertise, and proven success in the planning and implementation of advanced equipment and technologies for wastewater and industrial applications.

    KENOSHA, Wis. (September 29, 2021) – Centrisys/CNP, a leading North American manufacturer of decanter and thickening centrifuges and dewatering systems, has announced the growth of its sales team and the addition of two new representatives. After eight years with EU-based manufacturers, John “Mickey” Balash re-joins the U.S.-based Centrisys/CNP team as Industrial Sales Manager. Additionally, Drew Johnston joins as Aftermarket Sales - Central Region.

    “As Centrisys/CNP continues to develop innovative centrifuge solutions and advanced biosolids treatments, demand for our products and services has grown worldwide, and particularly in North America,” said Josh Gable, director of sales for Centrisys/CNP. “We are thrilled to welcome Mickey and Drew to our dedicated team. I know their commitment to providing the highest level of customer support will allow us to further advance offerings in both the municipal and industrial markets.”

    Balash is a U.S. Navy veteran and a 30-year industry veteran. In his new role with Centrisys/CNP, Balash will focus on identifying areas for growth and advancements in industrial markets, establishing streamlined processes, educating prospects and customers about current technologies and future trends, and consulting with engineers to implement the most advanced centrifuge and nutrient recovery technologies.

    Johnston holds a degree from Columbia College in Business Administration. In his new role, he focuses on aftermarket sales, including equipment repair, service, and parts support in the Central region of the U.S.

    “I begin my new role with Centrisys/CNP with a background in rotating equipment for both municipal and industrial markets, and I’m excited for the opportunity to take on new and unique challenges,” Brown said. “I have recently relocated to Nashville, Tennessee, where I will focus on the needs of the Southeastern region and identifying areas where Centrisys/CNP products can make a positive impact.”

    For more information about Centrisys/CNP, the company’s portfolio of products and services, recent installations, and team members, visit www.centrisys-cnp.com.

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