DANBURY, Conn., June 9, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Diba Industries, Inc., a
For the past six years, Mr. O'Sullivan has served as the President of Bio-Chem Fluidics Inc., part of the UK-based Halma plc group of companies, also parent to Diba Industries. While at Bio-Chem, Mr. O'Sullivan led significant change in all areas of the business including reinvigorating the vision and culture of the business and launching new product lines. Mr. O'Sullivan is familiar with Diba's products, customers and core markets.
Prior to joining Bio-Chem Fluidics, Mr. O'Sullivan held various management positions with Exelon Corporation and Polaroid Corporation. He started his career as a Lieutenant in the United States Navy aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71).
Mr. O'Sullivan holds an MBA from Harvard University and a BE in Mechanical Engineering from Manhattan College.
About DibaFor more than 30 years, Diba Industries, Inc. has delivered precision fluid handling solutions to global OEM leaders in diagnostics, life sciences and medical devices. Diba designs and manufactures custom components across the entire system fluid path, including precision probes, fluid heaters, bonded and machined manifolds, tubing assemblies and bottle caps. Diba helps customers optimize instrument performance by minimizing carryover, improving wash characteristics and increasing system throughput and accuracy. Diba is headquartered in Danbury, CT with additional manufacturing in Berlin, CT, Cambridge, UK and Shanghai. Diba is a Halma Company. Diba is Fluid Intelligence!
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