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Michael Blundell has been appointed president of KSB Group’s U.S. operation, and will continue to serve as president of KSB’s Canadian subsidiary.

Michael Blundell has been appointed president of KSB Group’s U.S. operation, based in Richmond, Va. The KSB Group, a leading international manufacturer of pumps, valves and related systems, is headquartered in Frankenthal, Germany.

Blundell will also continue to serve as president of KSB’s Canadian subsidiary, aligning the management and strategy in the two North American countries. 

“This is a very exciting opportunity,” comments Blundell. “KSB has a worldwide reputation for technical excellence and innovative products. I strongly believe that the company’s focus on providing customers with the best in reliable, energy-efficient pumping solutions will assure us success in the future.” 

“We are confident that Mike’s energy and commitment will help grow KSB’s presence and profile in North America,” says Klaus Barmann, KSB’s North American regional executive officer. 

Blundell is a native of New Zealand and graduated from the University of Portsmouth (U.K.) in electronic engineering.

KSB’s U.S. subsidiary, KSB Inc., began operations in 1974 and provides American customers with equipment and services for a wide range of fluid handling applications, including municipal and industrial water and wastewater systems, manufacturing industries and power generation. It currently employs 79 staff at several locations across the United States. KSB Canada provides a similar range of products and services to customers in Canada from its Mississauga head office and from its regional offices in Montreal, Calgary and Edmonton.

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