Kilian Joins Industrial Scientific Corp.

Words: Dan KamysKilian Joins Industrial Scientific Corp.

 

 

Industrial Scientific Corp. has hired Larry Kilian as the senior director of Americas, Australia & New Zealand sales. Kilian assumes overall responsibility for Industrial Scientific’s sales functions in the Americas, Australia and New Zealand.

Kilian brings more than 30 years of experience in industrial safety and has held various positions across sales, marketing and product management. He most recently served as the VP of sales at Dr??ger Safety. In this role, he was responsible for sales and customer service teams in the United States. Other positions previously held by Kilian include general manager and managing director at Sorbent Products Co. International; director of sales and marketing communications of the Fall Protection Division at Dalloz Safety; and VP and general manager of the Supply Division at Safety Supply Canada, now Acklands-Grainger.

“We are extremely excited to have Larry join the company and confident in his ability to lead the Americas, Australia and New Zealand sales teams to continue the growth of iNet, Industrial Scientfic’s Gas Detection as a Service solution,” says Kevin Miller, VP, global sales, services and marketing. “His depth of industry knowledge and experience is a great addition to Industrial Scientific as we work aggressively toward eliminating death on the job in this century.”

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