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Acquaviva Appointed Director of Business Development

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Has 25 years of experience with technically driven manufacturing companies. 

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Technic Equipment Division appointed Jim Acquaviva director of business development. Acquaviva will add extensive management experience to the leadership team, with a particular emphasis on sales and marketing efforts.

He has focused his 25-year career on growing technically driven manufacturing companies through a wide range of R&D and commercial leadership roles. Recent experience includes strategic marketing and account management related to the sale of custom chemical vapor deposition equipment used in the aerospace, industrial and nanotechnology markets. Much of his career was spent in the filtration industry, including roles as sales vice president, marketing director and engineering manager for Pall Corporation.

Acquaviva earned a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Clarkson University; is named on several patents; and recently earned his Project Management Professional (PMP) certification.

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