Cleaning Technologies Group

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Cleaning Technologies Group (CTG) announces the promotion of Chris Whittaker to Vice President Business Development & Marketing. Chris formerly served as Vice President of Sales & Marketing. In his new role, Chris will be responsible for global business growth of the Ransohoff Division of products and services. He will retain the global marketing responsibilities for all of the CTG divisions.

“In this role, Chris will utilize his strong customer skills and business knowledge to grow the Ransohoff Division’s products and customers.  His focus is on new customer and business development globally with existing products to new customers or new products to existing customers.“ Said Barney Bosse, Chief Executive Office of Cleaning Technologies Group, LLC

Cleaning Technologies Group, LLC is a provider of cleaning and waste minimization technologies to precision and industrial manufacturing markets. CTG is comprised of Ransohoff located in Cincinnati, Ohio; Blackstone~NEY Ultrasonics located in Jamestown, New York; and CTG Asia located in Suzhou, China. CTG LLC is a wholly owned subsidiary of NM Group Global, LLC.

Cleaning Technologies Group (CTG) is proud to announce that it has started a cooperative education program (co-op program) at its CTG Asia division with the Joint Co-op Institute (JCI) – a partnership between the University of Cincinnati and Chongqing University. The JCI students are all Chinese nationals who are studying a UC engineering curriculum being taught entirely in English by both UC and CQU professors. This program enables students to gain practical experience to complement their university education and better prepare them to transition into the workforce.

CTG Asia recently hired Zhao Bi Han who goes by the English name Ivy. Ivy is a freshman at JCI in Chongqing studying in the Mechanical Engineering Program. Her desire to design machines made CTG Asia an ideal place to start her Co-op career. Another factor in her decision is the location of CTG headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. Ivy will finish the last years of her studies at the University of Cincinnati and is expected to receive degrees from both universities.

Cleaning Technologies Group has utilized the co-op programs at local universities for decades. Barney Bosse, CEO of CTG participated in the University of Cincinnati Co-op Program in the 1990’s and is a mechanical engineering graduate of the university.“Co-op students are a great source of future employees at CTG and, while teaching the students about the various aspects of an engineering business, the company has the benefit of new hires being instantly productive after graduation.” The CTG engineering co-op program exposes the students to several different areas: the technical center where processes are developed and validated, the engineering department where the machines are designed and modeled in Solidworks, and finally to estimating and sales where the application principles are taught while also learning about price development. CTG Asia will mirror this approach to maximize the student growth and potential.

Bosse continues, “We are excited about this opportunity to work with Chongqing University and continue our long relationship with the University of Cincinnati in providing students work experience that will enable them to start successful careers.”

For more information, visit: ceas.uc.edu/jci

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