Aquarion Group, a leading provider of advanced water treatment solutions and technologies for industry, has announced that Paul Coe has joined H+E Group (formerly known as Hager+Elsässer) as its new Chief Sales Officer (CSO).
A senior board appointment within the group, he will be responsible for all global sales and business development activities to build a commercial platform to deliver profitable business growth. The company’s first CSO, he will be based at H+E’s headquarters in Stuttgart, Germany.
Coe brings to his new position nearly 30 years of experience in sales and business development, including 11 years working for leading companies within the global water industry. Prior to joining H+E Group, he was Vice President for Business Development at Veolia for seven years, Sales and Marketing Director at Ovivo (formerly Eimco) for four years, and Global Sales and Marketing Director for Brush (FKI) with a total service within the Hawker Siddeley/FKI group of 17 years.
“We are pleased to welcome Paul to the H+E Group team. He has consistently demonstrated success in achieving business targets and delivering outstanding results for some of the water industry’s largest and most prominent companies,” said Thomas Will, CEO of H+E Group and COO of Aquarion Group. “His broad knowledge of international markets and cultures is a valuable asset that mirrors H+E Group’s global reach. In addition, his consultative yet entrepreneurial leadership style suits our organization well as we position ourselves for accelerated growth in key markets and industries around the world.”
Aquarion Group’s core operating company, H + E Group is an industry leader in the international market for industrial process water and wastewater treatment solutions. The company has successfully completed more than 13,000 installations in 135 countries over the past 100 years and established a strong reputation for its depth of experience, quality, superior in-house engineering, and ongoing innovation. H+E has operations across Europe as well as in Southeast Asia.