• Imran Jaferey brings years of engineering experience and KMS expertise to new role
WILMINGTON, MA, Feb. 9, 2009 -- Koch Membrane Systems Inc. (KMS), a world-class developer and manufacturer of innovative membranes and membrane filtration systems, has promoted Imran Jaferey to vice president, water and wastewater. Jaferey has been leading the water and wastewater group on an interim basis, and this appointment recognizes his significant achievements in that role.
"I am very pleased to announce the promotion of Imran Jaferey from director to vice president, water and wastewater," said David H. Koch, president of KMS. "Imran has been an integral part of the Koch Membrane Systems team for several years, and this, coupled with his solid engineering background, makes us extremely confident in his ability to effectively manage all facets of Koch Membrane Systems' water and wastewater division."
Jaferey joined Koch Membrane Systems in May of 2000 in a commercial development role and has held positions of growing responsibility over the years. Jaferey worked on a team to consolidate four different business units into the industrial water and wastewater business, and under his direction, the industrial water and wastewater business has achieved significant growth over the last several years. His success in that role led to his appointment as business development director, water and wastewater, in 2007. Before coming to Koch Membrane Systems, Jaferey held engineering and managerial positions at PSI Process Systems Inc. and Lurgi PSI Inc.
Jaferey holds a bachelor of science degree in chemical engineering from Christian Brothers University, and an MBA from the University of Memphis. Jaferey resides in Nashua, New Hampshire with his wife and two children and is located at KMS headquarters in Wilmington, Mass.
Koch Membrane Systems Inc. is a designer and manufacturer of state-of-the-art membrane cartridges and elements, as well as standard and custom-engineered systems.