Gerald Seidl - 4C Conference

Gerald Seidl

Gerald Seidl
  • Co-Founder of Headworks International and Honorary Consul of Austria for Texas, Oklahoma & Arkansas
  • Company: Headworks International

Gerald Seidl is Co-Founder and Sr. Vice President of Headworks International Inc., a leading engineering and manufacturing company supplying liquid/solid separation equipment and biological process systems to the industrial and municipal wastewater treatment industry. In additional to his position as Sr. Vice President, Mr. Seidl heads the Sales and Marketing Departments as well as directs the Engineering Team’s research and development. Mr. Seidl holds a number of US and international patents for water treatment equipment and processes.

Mr. Seidl’s expertise in developing new markets has established Headworks as the market leader in the USA and enabled the company’s expansions into the Middle East, Africa, South America and Asia. Mr. Seidl has been an active member in the Water Environment Federation (WEF) since 1994.

Mr. Seidl is a regular speaker and panelist at environmental conferences where he shares his expertise on market expansion and development of new sales territories. Events include the MENA (Middle East and North Africa) forum at Weftec, US Department of Commerce, Austrian Embassy, InvestH2O, HKTDC (Hong Kong Trade Development Council).

Additionally, Mr. Seidl holds the title of Honorary Consul of Austria in Houston, Texas which is responsible for the Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas areas. His hobbies include skiing, sailing, opera and art. He speaks German, English and Spanish.

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