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Jeff Sherman Joins Block Engineering as Vice President of Worldwide Sales
Date:7/13/2011

Mettler Toledo's management structure, including Head of Business Development for the Americas, Advanced Technology Development, Head of Worldwide Sales for AutoChem and General Manager of two different units within the AutoChem SBU. He has strong experience in establishing distributors and sales channels in many parts of the world, including US, Asia-Pacific, Europe, Canada and Latin America. Prior to Mettler-Toledo, Jeff worked for Spectra-Tech (ASI, Applied Systems division), a developer of the original FTIR spectrometers for in-situ Reaction Monitoring. He also worked for BioRad Laboratories/Digilab Division in Cambridge, MA.

Jeff holds a PhD in Analytical Chemistry from University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia and BS in Chemistry from Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania, Shippensburg, PA. His PhD thesis was based on the use of FTIR spectroscopy and Chemometric methods for analytical chemistry applications.

About Block Engineering:

Founded in 1956, Block Engineering is a leading developer of high performance Quantum Cascade Laser (QCL) and FTIR spectrometers for chemical detection and analysis to military, government, commercial, and industrial customers. Block's Mobile Chemical Agent Detector (MCAD) system, a fixed site, passive FTIR spectrometer offered in partnership with Northrop Grumman Corp., and PORTHOS™, a portable, passive FTIR spectrometer system, remotely detect chemical threats as far as 3 miles and protect against chemical warfare agents and weapons of mass destruction. Following the success of those products, Block has applied its extensive knowledge of spectroscopy and chemical detection towards the commercialization of its high performance QCL based spectrometers, such as the LaserScan™ Analyzer. In addition, Block is developing a revolutionary MEMS-based, miniaturized spectrometer, the ChemPen™, which is a low cost, FTIR chemical gas detector the size of a fountain pen.

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