Tan Delta appoints new VP of business development in North America

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Tan Delta Systems, a global disruptor in real-time oil quality monitoring, has announced the appointment of Nick LaBar as VP of business development for North America. LaBar will cover the whole of the US and Canada territories for Tan Delta, with a focus on all industry sectors.
In a biogas plant in Germany, annual savings of €3,000 per engine have been achieved by using Tan Delta technology to increase oil change intervals from 400 hours to 800 hours, with a realistic target of only changing oil every 1,000 hours in the future.
Tan Delta said its sensor technology is now proven beyond doubt, after hundreds of beta deployments in a plethora of industries and applications around the world.
LaBar joins Tan Delta from a relevant sales role in the engineering sector, where he implemented cost-saving initiatives bringing more equipment reliability, reducing downtime and maintenance costs for customers - experience that will serve him well at Tan Delta.
LaBar has a Bachelor’s degree from East Tennessee State University, grew up in Bristol, Tennessee and now resides in Tampa, Florida.
Commenting on his appointment, LaBar said: "Our offer is to improve customers’ equipment reliability, reducing oil usage and their carbon footprint. That’s a pretty amazing offer and I was delighted to take up the opportunity to represent Tan Delta in North America. The technology is unrivalled and I’m looking to bring my US and Canada territory knowledge to the table, helping Tan Delta rapidly scale its market presence.”
Chris Greenwood, CEO at Tan Delta Systems said: “Nick joins us at an incredibly exciting time and has all the attributes and experience to do well at Tan Delta. He is our first of several global new business appointments.
"We are initially also recruiting in the Middle East/Asia and Europe, as we look to scale our proven technology, saving customers money while helping them reduce oil usage and improve maintenance regimes and overall business efficiency.”

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