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Medarray Hires New Product Development Manager

Medarray named Zeljko “Jake” Nikolic as its Product Development Manager. Mr. Nikolic, who filled a similar role at Koch Membrane Systems, will be in charge of guiding applications development and new product and systems engineering to support Medarray’s ongoing growth.

“Jake Nikolic’s experience in driving new product development from ideation through launch will help advance Medarray’s goals of serving customers’ most challenging gas exchange requirements,” noted Scott Olson, Medarray’s VP & General Manager. “Working closely with customers to understand their process requirements will allow us to help solve their specialized problems.”

Prior to joining Medarray, Mr. Nikolic spent almost ten years at Koch Membrane Systems (Wilmington, MA), a global leader in industrial hollow fiber membrane applications. While at Koch, he helped commercialize numerous breakthrough products in water, wastewater and food & beverage applications, contributing significantly to Koch’s rapid growth in multiple market segments. He began his career at Eagle Picher, an advanced technology company. Mr. Nikolic holds master and bachelor degrees in mechanical engineering from Oklahoma State University.

“We’re happy to have Jake on board,” said Patrick Montoya, Medarray’s President and CEO. “His combination of technical knowledge in computational flow dynamics and systems engineering, combined with his customer-facing experience, makes him quite valuable in the product development area.”

About Medarray, Inc.
Medarray is a membrane technology company engaged in developing and manufacturing dense membrane hollow fibers and devices, based on its proprietary process for cost effectively forming silicone into hollow fiber membranes. Medarray's silicone hollow fiber membrane modules are used in specialized gas exchange applications, including solvent and liquid degassing, oxygen control in cell culture media, CO2 capture, humidity control in enclosed environments, and pervaporation processes. Based in Ann Arbor, MI, Medarray is an emerging leader in specialty applications of hollow fiber membranes. For more information, visit