Philadelphia Mixing Solutions appoints new CEO

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KING OF PRUSSIA, PA, Jan. 20, 2014 -- Wind River Holdings, L.P., recently announced that Mark E. Self has been appointed the chief executive officer of its portfolio company, Philadelphia Mixing Solutions, Ltd.

Mark comes to Philadelphia Mixing with over 33 years of global sales and customer service experience. In his career, Mark has worked in a variety of industrial products businesses including General Electric, Alstom Power, Weir, and Cooper Cameron.

"Mark's experience in industrial products positions him well to take the reins of Philadelphia Mixing Solutions," said Robert Strouse, president of Wind River. “We are delighted to welcome Mark to the Wind River family and are optimistic about the future of Philadelphia Mixing Solutions with him at the helm."

About Philadelphia Mixing Solutions

Philadelphia Mixing Solutions, and its subsidiary Mixing Solutions Limited (UK), is a provider in the design and manufacture of agitation and aeration equipment. The company operates one of the largest and most comprehensive technical laboratories dedicated to agitation and aeration process optimization. For more information, visit www.philamixers.com.

About Wind River Holdings

Wind River Holdings is a privately owned investment company based in King of Prussia, Pa. For nearly a hundred years, Wind River Holdings® has selectively acquired businesses in a variety of industries, ranging from real estate and preschool education to high performance cordage and precision gears. Wind River’s proprietary Strategic Architecture Process provides its operating companies with strategic direction, management support and access to capital -- all with the goal of creating sustainable long-term growth. For more information, visit www.windriverholdings.com.

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