Jan Eric Haagensen joins Moleaer’s growing international team to support the Scandinavian region
August 15, 2022 (Carson, CA) – Moleaer, the leading nanobubble technology manufacturer, announced the appointment of Jan Eric Haagensen as the company’s Senior Director for the Scandinavian region. Jan Eric will lead Moleaer’s efforts to bring sustainable solutions in nanobubble technology to industries in Scandinavia. He brings 23 years of sales management and business development experience in this region, and for the last 20 years, he was the Segment Director of Aquaculture at TESS, one of Norway’s largest distributors of technical solutions and operations equipment.
When asked about his new appointment, Jan Eric stated, “I am very excited to bring innovative solutions like Moleaer’s nanobubble technology to solve some of the most difficult challenges in this region. My rich experience in the Norwegian aquaculture market has highlighted the challenges this industry faces to become more efficient and sustainable. The application opportunities for nanobubbles to enhance various processes throughout the value chain are endless. We already have success stories in the region.
“I am also impressed with the leaps and bounds Moleaer has made in other applications, including horticulture, agriculture, wastewater treatment, and remediation of water bodies. I am thrilled to help industries in Scandinavia implement this technology to unlock the power of water to do more with less.”
“Norway is the largest salmon-producing market in the world, providing over 14 million fish meals per day to people worldwide,” states Warren Russell, Moleaer’s Chief Commercial Officer, “Nanobubble technology has an incredible potential to make aquaculture more sustainable and efficient by improving water quality and fish welfare. With proven successes in both land and ocean commercial aquaculture systems, expanding our presence in the region is essential to our maturation in the market.”
Moleaer now has over 2000 installations of nanobubble generators in more than 42 countries and is treating more than 569 million gallons of water per day in agriculture, aquaculture, surface water, wastewater, and natural resources.
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