Jennifer Bailey has joined the LOGISTEC Environmental Services Inc. team as vice president, business development, of SANEXEN Environmental Services Inc., a subsidiary of LOGISTEC.
In this new role, Bailey will work closely with the environmental team to define and implement a solid business development plan that will see the next generation of water technology, proven lead-free and PFAS solutions installed in cities and towns across North America, who are urgently facing deteriorating water main infrastructure challenges. She will also play a key role in our efforts to expand our environmental remediation and brownfield redevelopment projects across Canada.
“We welcome Jennifer to the team,” said Madeleine Paquin, president of LOGISTEC and SANEXEN. “We look forward to leveraging her strategic and innovative mindset to help tackle key environmental challenges and water infrastructure issues facing so many communities right now, and get our solutions into the hands of key stakeholders as quickly as possible.”
With a background in chemical engineering, Bailey is an accomplished leader with more than 10 years of in-depth experience in the field of water technology, most recently as director of global business and market development and strategic initiatives at Solenis LLC, a global specialty water treatment company headquartered in Wilmington, Delaware.
Bailey also brings with her a unique perspective, having spearheaded market and commercial alignment strategies as well as technological developments for use in the pulp and paper, mining and chemical refining industries focusing on utilities, influent water and wastewater management.
“I am excited to be joining the LOGISTEC family,” explained Bailey. “Especially with the launch of the next generation of water technology, which will revolutionize the way municipalities, especially those in earthquake-prone regions, tackle their water infrastructure problems. I am really looking forward to working with the team to ensure we reach every community that will benefit from this technology, before their water infrastructure issues become an emergency.”
SOURCE – LOGISTEC