Ray Anderson is the Managing Director and co-founder of Aerofloat. Ray has been working in the wastewater treatment industry since the 1970s, and over that time, has built and managed companies to deliver over 700 wastewater treatment plants for both the sewage and industrial wastewater treatment markets.
Ray has extensive R&D and product development experience and has developed a range of patented product solutions during his career. Ray is well known throughout the industry with his extensive knowledge base and passion for chemistry – he is the guru of wastewater treatment. Ray is a trained chemical engineer and also has a Master of Business Administration (MBA).
Michael Anderson, son of Ray, follows in his father’s footsteps with his passion for developing innovative products and clever designs to tackle even the most difficult problems in the wastewater industry. Michael is particularly known for his skills in creating detailed designs for Aerofloat’s clients and holds a number of patents in his own right.
Michael has a Bachelor of Industrial Design and initially worked as a designer/draftsman in the wastewater industry before co-founding Aerofloat with Ray and Katie.
Katie Moor completes the family network, again bringing individual strengths to the Aerofloat team. As the third co-founder, Katie’s experience in the international business world, coupled with her Bachelor of Chemical Engineering has allowed Aerofloat to grow into a first-class business.
Katie worked internationally with Shell in the oil and gas industry where she also trained in Lean and Six Sigma methodologies, moving away from technical process engineering to project management. Upon returning to Australia, Katie expanded her expertise, managing project management offices in the finance industry before conceiving Aerofloat.