Founder, longtime CEO of Fluid Imaging Technologies both retire

Both the founder and the longtime leader of Yokogawa Fluid Imaging Technologies Inc. have retired from the Scarborough-based company.

Fluid Imaging recently announced the departure of Chris Sieracki, who launched the business in 1999, and President and CEO Kent Peterson, who began in that role three years later.

Peterson, a 2008 Mainebiz Business Leader of the Year, has been succeeded as president and CEO by Ross Bryant. Bryant previously worked for Wyatt Technology Corp., a laboratory instrument maker in Santa Barbara, Calif., as vice president of global sales, marketing and customer service. Read more

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