Torseth joins Caloris from Foley & Mansfield, PLLP, where he served as CEO. Torseth has more than 20 years of progressive financial experience in various businesses, most notably in project-centered manufacturing.
“Caloris continues to achieve solid growth in a planned, systematic manner and we are extremely pleased to have Pete join us in a key role at a critical time in our development,” said Caloris President & CEO Jim Peterson.
Caloris Engineering is a provider of evaporation, membrane filtration and spray drying equipment for the juice, dairy and other food industries. In 2019, Caloris acquired Seitz Stainless in Avon, Minn. as a wholly owned subsidiary. Torseth will oversee the finances of both companies in his role as CFO.
About Caloris Engineering, LLC
Caloris Engineering engineers and builds evaporation, membrane and drying processing systems for the juice, dairy and other food industries to create the best achievable concentrates and a wide spectrum of powders produced on Caloris Tower or Compact Multiple Stage (CMS) spray dryers. Both stand-alone and integrated solutions are available. Caloris equipment is also used to treat industrial wastewater. Caloris Thin Film Dryers (TFDs) convert brines and other wastewater concentrates into powder. Caloris technologies are consistently energy efficient for lower costs and reduced carbon footprints. The company was founded in 2006 in Easton, Md. Learn more at https://caloris.com.