Sundyne names new director of corporate development & strategic analysis

By Keefe Borden12 September 2022

Victoria Moshashvili

Sundyne has named Victoria Moshashvili as its director of corporate development & strategic analysis, a role that will enable Sundyne to accelerate growth.

Moshashvili comes to Sundyne from Schindler Elevator Corporation, where she served as head of strategy and business analytics. Prior to Schindler Corp, she provided counsel to senior management on strategy, operations, and organizational issues at numerous companies, including Alcoa Inc., Ansell Healthcare, Lucent Technologies and Bain & Company.

“Sundyne’s business is growing in multiple segments - from chemical & industrial markets to energy & petrochemical, to Hydrogen, Carbon Capture and renewable markets – and Victoria is joining us to help accelerate our growth through potential acquisitions as well as strategic organic growth,” said Sundyne’s CEO Mary Zappone.

“I believe that now is a perfect time to join Sundyne, and I’m excited to work with a management team that’s backed by equity ownership with a clear focus on growth,” said Victoria Moshashvili. “Sundyne has the reputation, the technology, the talented employees and the vision that’s needed for success, and I’m looking forward to doing my part to help Sundyne grow in the months and years ahead.”

Moshashvili earned her MBA in finance from the Columbia School of Business. She also earned an MS in Civil Engineering, and a BS in Engineering from Columbia’s School of Engineering & Applied Science.

Headquartered in Arvada, Colorado with operations and presence in Europe, the Middle East, India, Asia, Japan and China, Sundyne makes centrifugal pumps and compressors for use in chemical, petrochemical, hydrocarbon, hydrogen, pharmaceutical, power generation and industrial applications.

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