Anova names new CEO

August 18, 2022 By    
Matthew Toone (Photo: Anova)

Toone (Photo courtesy of Anova)

Anova has named Matthew Toone as CEO, succeeding Chet Reshamwala.

Toone brings experience from industrial technology markets and product development.

“With a proven track record of market and team development, Matt joins us at an exciting time in Anova’s journey,” Martin Carter, chairman of Anova, says. “Having worked with Matt before, I am convinced that his clear and entrepreneurial approach will accelerate the realization of Anova’s potential.”

Most recently, Toone served as CEO of Bacharach, a provider of gas analysis solutions, which was acquired by MSA in 2021. He previously spent 11 years with Emerson in a variety of leadership roles, including leading Cooper-Atkins, Vilter and sales for the group’s cold chain platform. He earned his bachelor’s in computer science from Indiana State University.

“I am thrilled to have the opportunity to lead this unique business,” Toone says. “Having followed the impressive progress of Anova and Chet over several years, I look forward to building on the company’s success and extending our industry-leading offering.”

Reshamwala served as Anova’s founding CEO for the past five years. During that time, he helped the company complete six acquisitions, improve software and product innovation and build a global team.

“Chet has been a tireless customer advocate, innovator, and an inclusive, principled leader of Anova,” Carter says. “We are grateful for the enormous impact he has had on this company and for his leadership through extraordinary times. He leaves Anova well-positioned to extend its leadership position.”

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