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Ashland Water Technologies Names Fulgham VP, Marketing

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Ashland Water Technologies, Wilmington, Del., USA, a commercial unit of Ashland Inc., has hired Jeff Fulgham as VP, marketing. He is based in Wilmington and reports to John Panichella, Ashland SVP and president of Ashland Water Technologies.

Fulgham brings more than 30 years of sales and marketing experience, primarily in industrial water treatment, to this role. He most recently served as chief sales and strategy officer for Banyan Water, based in San Francisco, Calif. He was responsible for sales, service, strategy, and marketing for one of the fastest-growing water service companies, focused on driving water conservation for large commercial and institutional properties.

Prior to that, Fulgham spent much of his career with General Electric Co., serving in a variety of sales and marketing roles. Following a period as director for the company’s global power industry business, Fulgham held positions as GM, marketing and new product introductions leader, chief marketing officer, and chief sustainability officer for GE Power and Water.

"Jeff has a proven track record of leading global marketing and strategic efforts that successfully create value for customers," said Panichella. "His experience in industrial water will be a tremendous asset and I am confident in his ability to help position Water Technologies for future sales and earnings growth."

Fulgham earned a B.S. degree in mechanical engineering from The Ohio State University.

Ashland Water Technologies is a global producer of papermaking chemicals and a specialty chemicals supplier to the pulp, paper, food and beverage, chemical processing, refining, petrochemical, mining, and municipal markets. Its process, utility, and functional chemistries, are used to improve operational efficiencies, enhance product quality, protect plant assets, and help ensure environmental compliance.

 

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