Nordson elects CVP for its ICS business segment
Mr. Lovass most recently served as president for one of the global sensors and controls businesses at Danaher Corporation, a diversified science and technology company.
Prior to Danaher, Mr. Lovass spent ten years with Gerber Scientific Inc. moving from product management and marketing roles to run three of the company’s four businesses, ultimately becoming a senior vice president and corporate officer.
His experience also includes roles at FMC Corporation and Arthur Andersen.
Mr. Lovass holds an MBA degree from the University of Michigan, a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Melbourne (Australia), and the Australian equivalent of the Certified Public Accountant designation.
He is replacing Douglas C. Bloomfield who will retire at the end of 2016 after nearly 30 years of service.
Mr. Bloomfield was named Corporate Vice President of ICS in 2005 after progressing through several roles of increasing responsibility.
Mr. Bloomfield was also responsible for introducing dozens of successful new products, driving significant expansion in emerging markets, and serving as a champion for lean and other continuous improvement initiatives.
In addition to his business acumen, Mr. Bloomfield served as a Board member of the Nordson Corporation Foundation and played a leading role in supporting numerous charitable activities throughout Northeast Ohio. ■
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