Full-Service Laundry Room Management
Arthur J. Long Joins as CFO and Andres de Armas as CRO for Leading Laundry Service Company
El Segundo, Calif. – WASH Multifamily Laundry Systems, North America’s leading laundry service company, announced the appointment of two new C-suite executives to its management team. Arthur J. (AJ) Long has joined WASH as chief financial officer (CFO) and Andres de Armas has joined WASH as chief revenue officer (CRO).
“We’re extremely pleased that AJ and Andres are coming on board and bringing their expertise to their respective roles as the company grows and expands,” comments Jim Gimeson, CEO of WASH. “They both contribute unique skill sets and in-depth experience that will be invaluable to the WASH team and its customers.”
Long is an experienced senior executive with a proven track record of achievement in the private equity space, having led rapidly growing private and public companies. Prior to joining WASH, Long held several executive leadership roles with companies such as Pricewaterhouse Coopers, Mitchell International, Qualcomm Incorporated, Sprint Corporation and General Dynamics. Most recently, he was Chief Financial Officer at Kellermeyer Bergensons Services, the leading North American provider of technology-enabled integrated facility management services. Long has been CFO for several companies owned by leading private equity firms including EQT Partners, GI Partners, GTCR, KKR, Providence Equity Partners, Battery Ventures, Norwest Equity Partners, Boston Millennia Partners and Aurora Capital Group. He also has an extensive capital markets background and as CFO and Treasurer, has raised more than $17 billion for his previous companies in the debt and equity markets.
“I am pleased to join the WASH leadership team and excited to partner with Jim and the WASH family including employees, vendors and customers. I look forward to helping the company continue its proven record of profitable growth built on a foundation of process discipline, industry leading technology-enabled services, and service excellence,” comments Long