Continued Growth for The Innovative Technology Platform Company
Bioionix, Inc., headquartered in McFarland, WI, USA, is a technology platform company that develops, manufactures and distributes proprietary electrolytic systems to eliminate pathogens and other microbials from food processing liquids. With the steadily growing food safety segment, combined with the sustainability movement in the food industry, Bioionix is expanding its professional Marketing and Sales team. Bioionix is gaining recognition for its effective, flexible and chemical free revolutionary disinfection system, assisting companies around the world produce safer foods by eliminating harmful and sometimes deadly bacteria. Bioionix enhances sustainability initiatives by allowing food manufacturers to use better, use less and use again valuable resources like water.
Bioionix’s Sales and Marketing Team is thrilled to welcome Michele Geiger as North American Territory Manager. Michele will lead and continue growing the successful Cheese and Meat categories for Bioionix. Geiger’s breadth of experience expands from marketing research to IT in both the chemical and electric utility industries and most recently account management and brand development in the meat and frozen foods arenas. Michele’s experience is just the right mix of food, science and data to really connect with companies that Bioionix supports, promoting product safety and sustainable solutions for food manufacturing.
“Michele’s talent and experience are an ideal fit for Bioionix and the market growth we have targeted,” states John Van Arsdale Director Sales & Marketing. “Relationships, trust and service is what we strive for and Michele fits the bill for high achievement in all these categories.”
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About Bioionix, Inc. –
www.bioionix.com Bioionix, Inc., headquartered in McFarland, WI, USA, is a technology platform company that develops, manufactures and distributes proprietary electrolytic systems to eliminate pathogens and other microbials from water. In the area of seawater treatment, the company has developed a breakthrough for water microbial safety and reuse without chemicals, safety and quality. The Bioionix system uses specialized catalysts to directly disinfect water, brine and turbid processing liquids by generating a powerful combination of reactive oxygen and activated chlorine species directly from the liquid itself. These Bioionix SuperOxidants™ attack microbials by complementary methods of action, including direct DNA destruction, cytoplasm impairment, and cell wall disruption. Other SuperOxidants™ provide powerful residual disinfection throughout the processing systems.
John Van Arsdale