ITU AbsorbTech Announces New VP of Business Development and VP of Operations
New Berlin, WI – Effective October 20th, 2017, ITU AbsorbTech president Jim Leef named Paul Schoessow the new Vice President of Business Development and Doug Roskopf the new Vice President of Operations.
“Doug and Paul have been instrumental in bringing our vision for the business to life,” says Leef. “We had many good parts of the current package when they arrived. Since then, the organization has developed into a cohesive unit, focused on delivering our unique benefits to more and more customers. ”
Since joining the team in 2009, Schoessow has directed the strategic growth plan in sales, service, and marketing. He has been instrumental in helping ITU AbsorbTech achieve significant revenue growth, particularly in the SorbIts® product line.
“I am very grateful and proud to be a part of this team,” says Schoessow. “We are achieving great things by working together at a very high level to execute our strategic growth plan.”
Roskopf joined the ITU AbsorbTech team in 2006. Under Roskopf’s leadership, ITU AbsorbTech has grown to become a best-in-class laundry plant operation. Roskopf has helped ensure our plant operations continue to be more efficient and safe.
“ITU AbsorbTech is a tremendous company with a very long tradition of doing right by their employees, customers and the communities and environments they operate in,” says Roskopf. “In the last four years we have transitioned into a strong growth company with all areas of the business doing their part to properly support that growth.”
Both Schoessow and Roskopf have been instrumental in helping ITU AbsorbTech achieve steady growth and continuous improvement.
“Paul and Doug have great leadership skills. It is fun to be around them and the teams they have built,” says Leef.
ITU AbsorbTech is one of the largest family-owned industrial laundry service companies in the U.S. and is headquartered in New Berlin, WI. The company helps manufacturers eliminate a waste stream and support safety goals with programs such as printer and shop towels, reusable oil absorbents, garments, and slip prevention floor mats.