ANGI Energy Systems, designer and manufacturer of compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling systems for the international natural gas vehicle (NGV) market since 1983, is entering a new era with the appointment of Jason Lund as President of the organization. Lund took over from outgoing President John Grimmer earlier this month, who served as ANGI’s CEO since 2005 when the business was privately owned and then transitioned as President once ANGI was acquired by Gilbarco Veeder-Root in June 2014.
ANGI acknowledges John Grimmer’s vision, commitment, and leadership over the past 10 years positioned the company as a leading global supplier and contributed to its long-standing reputation for delivering leading edge CNG equipment and innovative solutions.
“I am pleased to welcome Jason Lund as ANGI’s new President,” said Andy Grimmer, General Manager. “Jason is fully engaged with the management team here and is positioning ANGI to continue to improve and grow as the industry leader.”
Jason joins ANGI with over 5 years of experience in various commercial leadership roles and more than 10 years of experience at Danaher. Most recently he worked in the Water Quality industry, serving as Business Unit Director for Hach’s Environmental Test Systems (ETS) business. Prior to that Jason was at Hach Lange where his focus was in Operations.
“I’m excited to be joining the ANGI team and the CNG refueling industry. ANGI is a world class organization that has been the industry’s leading provider of vehicle fueling and tube trailer transport solutions for more than two decades,” said Lund. “Through ongoing and strengthened partnerships with, and dedication to, ANGI’s customers, industry partners and suppliers I am looking forward to accelerating growth across the industry and ensuring ANGI continues to provide best in class offerings to our customers in the years ahead.”
Jason holds a Master of Business Administration from Darden Graduate School of Business, University of Virginia and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Drake University. Jason and his family will be relocating to Janesville in the upcoming weeks.