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Bart Wauterickx
CEO at The Sniffers


Bart graduated as Master of Applied Mechanical Engineering in 1988 at the University of Leuven in Belgium and added a Bachelor of Business Administration in 1989 at the University of Louvain La Neuve in Belgium. He added some extra curriculum educations from Duke University (USA), The Swedish Institute of Management (Sweden) and the Vlerick Management School (Belgium).

He started his career in 1990 at Atlas Copco the world leader in compressors where he held several positions in Project Management, Engineering, Process Engineering, R&D, IT development, Group Management and the last position being Vice President of Operations for the Airtec Division.

In 2002 he joined Brady Corporation, a global leader in industrial identification. As Operations Director for EMEA he managed 15 operational entities in EMEA and enabled 17 acquisitions. He covered all responsibilities in the area of purchasing, supply chain, manufacturing, QA, compliance and EHS. He also acted as Managing Director for Brady Converting in Sweden and Managing Director for Brady Belgium.

In 2015 Bart started as CEO at The Sniffers where he realized several breakthroughs. In Feb 2018 The Sniffers changed ownership and is now part of WTS Energy. The current business climate for environmental projects and methane reduction are excellent opportunities to work with Oil and Gas companies HQ’s to install programs for sustainable emission improvements. The existing emission services from The Sniffers, some newly developed activities and business applications make a tangible difference for customers that appreciate a transparent and credible picture of their emissions to the atmosphere.

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