Kenneth Bank Madsen has joined Advansor as business development manager.
Kenneth Bank Madsen speaking at shecco's ATMOsphere Network Frigair conference in June.
Experienced CO2 engineer Kenneth Bank Madsen has joined Danish system manufacturer Advansor as business development manager.
Madsen, who had spent the previous decade as customer application support manager at Danfoss, another Danish multinational, has worked with CO2 transcritical technology for over 15 years and is considered a leading expert on the topic.
Prior to joining Danfoss in 2008, he worked as a consultant on CO2 technology at DTI, the Danish Technology Institute. He graduated from the Engineering College of Aarhus in 2000.
“I am very pleased that Kenneth, as a key CO2 expert, has decided to join us and that he will be a part of the Advansor management team,” said Advansor Managing Director Kristian Breitenbauch.
Madsen’s responsibility will be to support key customers and to help drive market requirements into Advansor’s product portfolio.
“Kenneth is a frontrunner when it comes to CO2 trends and technology,” Breitenbauch said.
“Kenneth is a frontrunner when it comes to CO2 trends and technology.”
– Advansor Managing Director Kristian Breitenbauch
Kent Lesgaard Poulsen joins as after sales and support manager
In another key appointment, Kent Lesgaard Poulsen has joined Advansor as after sales and support manager.
Poulsen has over ten years of experience in after sales support at sewer cleaning firm J. Hvidtved Larsen.
“With more than 4,000 racks in operation, it is crucial for our customers that we offer on-site commissioning, spare parts and general after-sales support,” said Breitenbuch, adding: “I'm really pleased that Advansor's team is constantly being strengthened."