Tsurumi Pump welcomes John Hartz as new sales engineer

March 26, 2024 10:00 AM






















Having worked in the water and wastewater industry for more than 35 years, Hartz will enhance the experience for Tsurumi’s customers by facilitating the comprehension of technical product features and helping develop customized solutions.

Tsurumi (America), Inc. appointed John Hartz as the company’s new sales engineer in early March. With over 35 years of experience in the water and wastewater industry, John has joined Tsurumi’s sales team to enhance the customer experience. He will facilitate the understanding of technical product features and help develop tailored solutions to successfully meet project requirements.

“Tsurumi has a worldwide reputation of being a leader in submersible pumping and wastewater process equipment. My entire career has been dedicated to water quality operations and serving customer’s needs, so Tsurumi was a natural fit for me. I particularly like the Tsurumi corporate philosophy of being “Water Friendly and People Friendly”, John said.

Before joining Tsurumi (America), Inc., John spent several years as a licensed plant operator, working with municipal water and wastewater treatment, distribution and collection systems. He also served as a consultant and equipment supplier to the municipal market, giving him the ability to recognize and understand the complex problems municipal customers face. “With the Tsurumi line of submersible pumps and process equipment, I expect to better serve our municipal customers’ needs and help to improve the quality of life for everyone in their community”, John said.

“We’re very happy to welcome John Hartz to the Tsurumi team. His extensive experience in tool designing, pumping technologies and best practices in the water and wastewater fields will elevate our customers’ experience when looking for the ideal solution to their projects,” Glenn Wieczorek, managing director of Tsurumi (America), Inc. said.

John holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Earth Science with a concentration in Hydrogeology from the State University of New York, along with a Grade IA Water Treatment Plant Operators certification from the New York State Department of Health.

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