Envirochemie has announced that Dr. Jörg Krause has joined its management board, appointed chief executive officer (CEO) with responsibility for operation management and customer service, as well as research & development (R&D).
Dr. Jörg Krause is a graduate engineer with broad management experience. After working at Alstom, ABB, and Voith Industrial Services, he was most recently responsible for industrial engineering at Vinci. His knowledge of industrial services, especially in the fields of automation technology and electrical engineering, is extensive.
Dr. Jörg Krause’s colleagues on the management team at Envirochemie include Dr. Volker Oles, who is responsible for plant engineering; Stefan Letschert, who is responsible for all commercial functions; Peter Leyendecker, who is responsible for subsidiaries EnviroFALK and EnviroDTS; and Dr. Gerd Sagawe, who is responsible for water chemistry, strategic business development, press releases (PR), and human resources (HR).
Envirochemie has been a partner for industrial water treatment for 40 years. The company’s water experts advise, plan, and build customised plants for treating process, circulation, cooling, and waste water. The company offers an extensive portfolio of services focusing on the technical plants, ranging from maintenance, to plant optimisation, supply of operating materials produced in-house, and operation management models.
Envirochemie is a wholly-owned subsidiary of SKion, a holding company belonging to businesswoman Susanne Klatten. In the last few years, SKion has built up a portfolio of participating interests in the field of water technology and intends to extend this commitment further.