KSB SupremeServ hires Chuck Zachrich as the new Rocky Mountain territory manager

Chuck Zachrich - KSB SupremeServKSB SupremeServ North America has appointed 30-year veteran Chuck Zachrich as the Rocky Mountain territory manager in the growing network of KSB pump and pump service offerings in the United States.

“Chuck brings an enormous amount of sales and engineering experience that will be invaluable as we expand our service presence in New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming, and Montana,” said Eric Jenkins, sales director for KSB SupremeServ USA.

Zachrich began his operations and field service engineering career in process pumps and compressors. Throughout his career, he has developed territories, deployed strategic and tactical sales plans, and launched distribution programs nationwide. Zachrich most recently served in sales and business development with MSHS and Ebara Pumps.

“Developing new territories is what I love to do, said Zachrich, “KSB SupremeServ is on the move, and I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to be a part of this growing company in the US.”

Zachrich has a BS in Marine Engineering and a BS in Transportation Management. He resides with his family in Colorado.


KSB SupremeServ North America, a division of KSB, is a strategic network of service locations throughout the US, Canada, and Mexico that specialize in pump and valve services and after-market parts. KSB SupremeServ provides full-service manufacturing, 24/7 repair, maintenance, training, and other engineering services.


KSB is a leading international manufacturer of pumps and valves. The Frankenthal-based Group has a presence on five continents with its own sales and marketing organizations, manufacturing facilities, and service operations. The KSB workforce of around 15,700 worldwide generates annual sales revenue of more than € 2.2 billion.

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