New Blue-White Industries CEO elected

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The Blue-White Industries board of directors and stockholders elected Robin Gledhill to the position of president and chief executive officer on Monday, Oct. 24, 2013.

Robin began his career at Blue-White over 40 years ago while still attending college. Further, he began his tenure in Blue-White's metering pump division and eventually moved into the sales and marketing department, where he became the company's international sales manager. After many years of working closely with representatives and distributors, both on a domestic and international level, he was elected president in 1997.

Robin's product knowledge, interest in product development and improvement and respect for all customers and employees, combined with exceptional business and management skills, made him the obvious choice to become Blue-White's chief executive officer.

About Blue-White Industries

Founded in 1957, Blue-White Industries is a manufacturer of metering pumps (diaphragms, peristaltic), flowmeters (variable-area, paddlewheel, ultrasonic) and water treatment accessories.

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