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Luke Bradshaw Named CryoScience Global Marketing & Sales Manager for the Americas at Taylor-Wharton
Date:9/13/2013

Theodore, AL (PRWEB) September 13, 2013

Taylor-Wharton is pleased to promote Luke Bradshaw to CryoScience Global Marketing & Sales Manager for the Americas. Bradshaw will maintain his current role as CryoScience Sales Manager for the Americas and assume new responsibilities with the global marketing role.

“As the CryoScience business continues to grow, we need a focused global marketing effort,” said Andy Pazahanick, Vice President and General Manager of CryoScience Business Unit. “Luke brings a successful life-science track record in the Americas, extensive industry knowledge, and a strong network. He has strategic creativity along with the high energy to develop the global marketing program and increase our market penetration,” said Pazahanick.

Bradshaw joined Taylor-Wharton CryoScience business unit in January, 2011, as CryoScience U.S. Sales Manager and was promoted to CryoScience Sales Manager for the Americas in 2012. Prior to joining Taylor-Wharton, he spent six years in medical sales with Airgas Puritan Medical based in Atlanta.

About Taylor-Wharton Cryogenics

TW Cryogenics LLC designs and manufacturers a comprehensive range of stationary bulk and portable cryogenic storage systems for gas and liquid applications. The company, which traces its roots to 1742, operates manufacturing and warehouse facilities in the United States, Malaysia, China, Slovak Republic, Germany, and Australia; thereby being strategically positioned to support the world’s major industrial markets. The extensive Taylor-Wharton product range includes cryogenic bulk tanks, micro-bulk tanks, transportable liquid cylinders, LNG (liquefied natural gas) storage and application systems, cryogenic beverage carbonation vessels, and freezers and dewars for cryopreservation.

Taylor-Wharton recently relocated the corporate headquarters to Minnetonka, MN, under the leadership of Eric Rottier, who was appointed CEO
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