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Sechrist Increases Focus on International Markets; Appoints William Preuit Senior Vice President
Date:9/9/2009

ANAHEIM, Calif., Sept. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Ed Pulwer, president and CEO of world leader in hyperbaric medicine Sechrist Industries, today announced the strategic addition of William I. Preuit to the position of senior vice president of international sales and marketing. According to Pulwer, "The appointment of a leading marketing professional such as Bill to this position shows the importance Sechrist places on the international market. While we already have some significant market share outside the U.S., the growing list of applications for hyperbaric oxygenation makes this a vital technology for patient care all over the world. With Bill in leadership, we believe the international arena represents an area of substantial growth for Sechrist."

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William Preuit has more than 25 years of experience as a sales and marketing executive in medical devices and has spent the last 20 years focused exclusively on international markets with assignments in the Middle East, Europe and Asia. Most recently he was vice president of sales and marketing for Asia Pacific for Cardinal Health, with headquarters in Hong Kong. Prior to that position, Preuit held sales and marketing positions with VIASYS Healthcare, which was acquired by Cardinal Health in 2007.

In addition to his executive and management roles, Preuit also brings to Sechrist his extensive clinical and educational experience in hospitals and academic institutions in the U.S. and abroad.

According to Preuit, "Sechrist's reputation for quality, innovation and support is known around the world. Expanding the application of this critical therapy into new markets and arenas will be an exciting and rewarding challenge. I'm looking forward to working with Sechrist's excellent management team led by Ed Pulwer."

About Sechrist

For over 30 years, Sechrist Industries has been the global leader in development of technology for the advancement of hyperbaric healthcare. Monoplace hyperbaric chambers manufactured by Sechrist constitute the largest installed base in the world. The company offers a comprehensive range of equipment and is the only manufacturer of monoplace hyperbaric chambers that produces its own acrylic pressure cylinder, thus maintaining rigid control of quality and exacting specifications. Sechrist supports its many hyperbaric healthcare customers through a team of certified technicians available worldwide.

Sechrist Industries headquarters are in Anaheim, Calif. More information can be found at www.SechristUSA.com or by calling (800) SECHRIST.


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