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Wascomat Promotes Herman to President

INWOOD, N.Y. — Howard Herman, a 36-year Wascomat veteran, has been promoted to company president. He most recently served as vice president of sales and marketing.
Herman is responsible for implementing the company’s overall business plan as well as overseeing sales, marketing and business development. He will also play a major role in managing relationships with the company’s dealer network in North America.
“Howard has been a major factor in Wascomat’s success,” states Neil Milch, Wascomat's chief executive officer. “His dedication to the company has been enormous. He started with Bernie Milch 36 years ago and his experience in every phase of the business is invaluable. We rely on his expertise and keen insight into the business every day. I respect and admire him — and I’m looking forward to another 36 years!”
“He is quite possibly the most competent person in the industry today,” says Dan Goldman, Wascomat national sales manager. “I congratulate him on this well-deserved promotion.”
Wascomat manufactures a wide variety of in-house and coin laundry equipment, including washer-extractors, dryers and flatwork ironers, plus wetcleaning systems.

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