NTZ Micro Filtration Appoints DePauli to Position of Sales Manager

Noria news wires
Tags: contamination control

NTZ Micro Filtration, a leader in advanced fluid filtration products, announced that it has appointed Christian DePauli to the position of sales manager. The announcement was made by Pierre Nieuwland, president and CEO of NTZ Micro Filtration. In his new position, DePauli will be introducing new and existing technologies to reinforce the innovative reputation of the NTZ brand worldwide for engine, transmission, hydraulic and fuel product applications.

NTZ’s products improve fluid cleanliness bringing the benefits of extended life of equipment, improved fuel economy, reduction of oil waste to the environment and extended oil drain intervals, all leading to less downtime.

“This key appointment to our North American headquarters team will support the growth in the market for our products and expanding customer base. Many industries are recognizing the need for finer filtration to meet or exceed the cleanliness standards that advanced engine, transmission and hydraulics systems of the 21st century now require,” said Nieuwland. “As NTZ continues to capture new market share and serve customers in multiple markets, we needed someone with his experience and education to meet the demands of our growing business.”

Prior to joining NTZ, DePauli held sales, engineering and program management positions at Ford, ZF, and Citation. He holds a masters degree in engineering from the University of Detroit Mercy.

For more than 35 years, NTZ has been a respected manufacturer of high-efficiency micro-filtration products for vehicles, heavy-truck, industrial, marine, off-road, construction and mobile markets. NTZ's patented products and proprietary filter media are widely known for their efficiency ratings and are used by major OEMs in the newest advanced dual clutch transmission (DCT) systems. NTZ’s North American Headquarters is located in the Detroit suburb of Wixom, Mich.


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