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IPS Names Process Engineering Director

By Kristin Brooks | January 23, 2014

Schuster brings 25 years of global experience

Tim Schuster has been appointed director of Process Engineering at IPS-Integrated Project Services, Inc. and will be based at the company’s corporate headquarters in Blue Bell, PA.
 
Mr. Schuster has 25 years of global experience in bioprocess engineering, project management and facility and critical utilities systems design, having executed projects in Europe, Asia/Pacific and the U.S. He has expertise with leading technologies within bioprocess and biomanufacturing, including fermentation, single-use systems, process design, large-scale cell culture, recovery, vaccines, isolation and purification. Prior to joining the company, Mr. Schuster held technical leadership positions at Biokinetics, Foster Wheeler and Washington Group International.  
 
“We are pleased to have an expert of Tim’s caliber join IPS,” said Dave Goswami, PE, chief executive officer and chairman, IPS. “Tim brings state-of-the-art knowledge of bioprocess engineering and his experience in complex biotechnology projects in various parts of the world will be a great complement to the strong Biotechnology Team that IPS has developed. The addition of Tim is in line with our focus on becoming the top service provider in the biotechnology sector.”
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