Entegris promotes william shaner to president of its services market segment

Date: 14 October 2002
Source: Entegris
In another move to support its new organizational structure, Entegris, Inc., (Nasdaq: ENTG) the materials integrity management company, announced that it has named William Shaner as president of its services market segment.

In his new role, Shaner will oversee sales, marketing, product management and support of Entegris’ on-site and off-site services, cleaning equipment and the company’s environmental service programs. He will report into Michael Wright, Entegris’ chief operating officer.

“Bill has demonstrated superior leadership qualities in every role assigned to him since he joined Entegris in 1995, especially with his recent success in developing Entegris’ new business activities,” said Wright. “We are confident that he will grow the services market segment into a successful area under our new structure.”

Since joining Entegris in 1995, Shaner has served the company in a variety of positions including vice president of new business development. His background also consists of roles in Entegris’ wafer handling, integrated shipping systems and product marketing teams.

Shaner holds a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering and technology from Colorado State University and an MBA from the University of Colorado.

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Date: 14 October 2002
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