TEADIT Appoints Chris Day as Group Chief Operating Officer

TEADIT North America is pleased to announce that Chris Day has been appointed to the position of Group Chief Operating Officer. The new role will include commercial and operational responsibilities for all Teadit companies.

Formerly the President of Teadit North America, Chris is a degreed mechanical engineer who has been with the company for nearly 25 years, and in the fluid sealing industry for over 30 years.

In his time at the helm, Chris has led Teadit to being one of the leaders in the North American market for fluid sealing products and technical expertise. He is a highly sought-after resource in the industrial sealing community and looks to continue the improvement of gasketing technology.

“I am very much looking forward to the new opportunities that lay ahead. It is important to continue to nurture and expand our global sales and distribution networks, develop new and existing business areas, and introduce new product lines and services. I am excited to support Teadit as we pursue these goals on a more global level,” said Day of his appointment.

“The new role and responsibilities will be in the hands of an experienced industry veteran. During his time with Teadit, Chris has contributed significantly to our success, while blending seamlessly with the Teadit international team and culture, and I am certain that he will bring new energy and drive to this new role. Our future is bright, and I look forward to this next chapter of the Teadit Group evolution,” said Marcello Cattaneo Adorno, Teadit Group Chief Executive Officer. “Supporting customers with our technology and expertise is our driving force. We are always working on improving products and processes through innovation and Chris has been a long-term proponent in helping our customers achieve their critical fluid sealing goals. We are excited to have him bring this drive to a new global role.”

Courtesy of TEADIT.

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