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Raritan Engineering names new CEO

Marine sanitation manufacturer Raritan Engineering has named Vinod Mehta as CEO.

Mehta has been vice president of engineering at the Millville, N.J.-based business for 38 years.

Director of the board Bret Bretnall made the announcement.

"In his role as VP, Vinod was instrumental in developing Raritan into the technology-driven company it is today," Bretnall said in a statement. "He has that rare combination of leadership acumen, engineering expertise and strategic vision that positions Raritan to continue on its strong growth trajectory and maintain its standing as a pioneer within the industry."

The company said Mehta has a track record of leading large-scale projects and is a holder of several U.S. patents. His most recent accomplishments include bringing to market the world's first Bluetooth Flush Control and the PH PowerFlush, which the company says is the only electric toilet that easily converts to manual flush.

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