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Sanchez has been integral in developing new technologies for company
MIOX Corp. announced the promotion of Justin Sanchez to chief technical officer (CTO) from his previous role of vice president, engineering and product development. As CTO, Sanchez is responsible for the company’s engineering, product development and research and development activities. He has been integral in developing and launching three new products including the Vault, a self-cleaning onsite water disinfection system that is safely treating water in municipal, industrial and commercial markets.
“Justin's leadership has enabled a game-changing, award winning product line at MIOX. He and his team have responded to customer and market feedback for systems that are reliable, cost effective and simple to maintain. Moreover, he continues to push the boundaries on what is possible with onsite generation technology," said Carlos Perea, MIOX CEO. “The role of CTO more accurately reflects Justin’s position in the company. He and his team will continue to develop innovative new and improved technologies that address the need for high-quality water in a spectrum of applications and markets.”
Prior to joining MIOX in 2006, Sanchez held leadership positions in two early stage companies and was at Intel for approximately seven years in both engineering and manufacturing positions. Sanchez has a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an MBA from the Sloan School of Management.