SECO/WARWICK Group announces name and leadership changes for Elterma SA

January 17, 2011

Leszek Przybysz, President of SECO/WARWICK Group has announced that Elterma S.A. will change its name to SECO/WARWICK ThermAL S.A. as of January 10, 2011.  The organisation name has been changed in order to reflect the company’s expansion into new markets with new technologies and the addition of Aluminum Group products for the European and Russian markets to SECO/WARWICK ThermAl’s portfolio of products. Mr. Jaroslaw Talerzak has been appointed company President, and Mr. Bartosz Klinowski will serve as Vice President.


Elterma S. A. is now known as

SECO/WARWICK ThermAL; The company

provides pit furnace systems for wind

energy gears along with a variety of standard

& custom batch and continuous atmosphere

furnaces & generators

“We are pleased to announce this name change as we expand the technology offering and global market opportunities for the company” stated Talerzak.  “We will continue to supply and service the world-class quality atmosphere equipment manufactured by Elterma for the past 60+ years while adding aluminium products to the growing list of advanced technologies offered by SECO/WARWICK ThermAl.”

Jaroslaw Talerzak has served SECO/WARWICK S.A. as Aluminium Team Leader for Europe and Russia since 2005. Between 2003 and 2005 he held the position of Aluminium Team Sales Director.  Previously, he served as Thermal Process Team Leader.  He began his career with SECO/WARWICK Ltd. in 1994. 

Bartosz Klinowski began his career at SECO/WARWICK S.A. in 2003.  He has held the position of Electrical Department Director.  He has a degree from the Technical University in Wroclaw and MBA studies in ALK Warsaw.

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