Flowserve Announces the Appointment of Sanjay Chowbey as President, Aftermarket Services & Solutions

lowserve Corporation recently announced that Sanjay Chowbey will join Flowserve as President, Aftermarket Services & Solutions, beginning Monday, July 15. Mr. Chowbey takes on the role previously held by Kirk Wilson, who will be the new President of Flowserve’s Flow Control Division, following the retirement of John Lenander.

Mr. Chowbey recently served as President of the Subcom Business Unit at TE Connectivity, a subsea communication infrastructure business. He was responsible for the growth of the services and solutions of the subsea communication hardware and software. Prior to that, he served at Danaher for 11 years in several roles of increasing responsibility, including President of Thomson Industries, Inc., an industrial technology company, and General Manager of Services & Solutions at Gilbarco Veeder-Root, Inc., a fueling and environmental solutions company.

“With his aftermarket experience and leadership, I believe that Sanjay is the right person to build upon the foundation we have in our aftermarket services and solutions organization, and will continue to help leverage our installed base and further advance our aftermarket strategy to support Flowserve’s strategic initiatives,” said Scott Rowe, Flowserve President and Chief Executive Officer. “As part of this strategy, Sanjay will focus on three key areas including continued growth, service delivery and quality, as well as utilizing technology as a value-added solution for our customers,” he added.

Mr. Chowbey brings nearly 20 years of experience in operations, technology and aftermarket services from a variety of industries. He holds an MBA from Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management, an M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Tennessee Tech and a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from B.I.T. Sindri, India.

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