The recent appointments of sales professionals Gary D. Keefe
and Charles F. Salotti will significantly
enhance and expand Johnson Matthey’s Stationary Emissions Control North America
operations in the southwestern and southeastern United States, according to Jeff Sherman, Johnson Matthey’s business
The Stationary Emissions Control outfit, which takes a total
systems approach to solving its customers’ emissions problems, has appointed Keefe, who will be located in
Atlanta, the new regional sales manager for the southeastern United States.
Keefe boasts experience in sales, engineering and marketing of emissions
control products and has worked for EmeraChem and Argillon. Most recently he
was marketing director for Miratech Corp. in Tulsa, Okla.
He graduated from Rider University, Lawrenceville, N.J.,
with a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering and marketing. He
has an Automotive Service Excellence master’s certificate and is certified as a
Six Sigma Green Belt.
Salotti, has been appointed regional sales manager for the
southwestern United States and will be based in Houston.
Salotti, who has worked for Hawthorne Power Systems, Cummins
Northwest, Miratech and Siemens/Argillon, has significant emissions control
experience — application of stationary power plants, switchgear, emissions
permitting and pollution control after treatment. Salotti had been national
sales manager for Alturdyne, a San Diego engine packager.
He holds a bachelor of science degree in mechanical
engineering from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
“The addition of Gary and Chuck have been made in line with
our business strategy of building profitability from core businesses as we
develop new products and strategies for future opportunities in emissions
control technology,” said Sherman in a company press release. “Equally
important, both will be responsible for strengthening our business relationships
with engine dealer and distributor organizations.”