Contino to oversee service operations for the RTS 360™ Industrial NO2 Sterilizers and expanding product portfolio
Noxilizer, Inc. announced today the addition of Robert Contino, Director of US Customer and Technical Service. Bob will be responsible for developing, building and directing the customer service delivery program in the US, with a focus on implementing efficient processes and delivering on customer expectations.
President and CEO of Noxilizer, Lawrence Bruder, emphasized, “Noxilizer is committed to providing experienced, responsive personnel to meet the needs of our customers. From the time we are presented with a customer’s sterilization challenge through equipment installation and maintenance, we are committed to customer satisfaction and we are investing accordingly.” Bruder added, “Strong customer relationships, like those Bob is known for cultivating, build loyalty that will help us successfully grow our business in the long term”.
Contino brings over 20 years of hands-on experience in industrial and healthcare sterilization, including building and managing technical support teams with exceptional results. Prior to joining Noxilizer, he served as Senior Regional Service and Business Manager at Advanced Sterilization Products, a Johnson & Johnson company. Under Bob’s leadership, his service team finished #1 in performance 8 of the last 12 years and led the industry in customer satisfaction.
Of the opportunity, Bob notes “Noxilizer prides itself in partnering with customers—beginning with developing custom solutions with an NO2 technology that sets itself apart from the traditional methods. In the same way, I look forward to building a team that exceeds customer expectations with rapid response and above industry service ratings.”
Bob will be based at Noxilizer’s headquarters in Baltimore, MD.
About Noxilizer, Inc.:
Noxilizer, Inc. provides a unique, room temperature nitrogen dioxide sterilization technology that offers many benefits over traditional sterilization methods. Noxilizer sells sterilization and decontamination equipment to pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device manufacturers and also offers contract sterilization services at its Baltimore, MD headquarters. Noxilizer’s expert microbiology and material compatibility team is ready to partner to solve sterilization challenges through every phase of the process.
Noxilizer, Inc., founded in 2004, is privately held with offices in the US, United Kingdom, and Japan.
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