Eaton appoints new Mideast GM
Dubai, December 4, 2013
Power management company Eaton has appointed Frank Ackland as the general manager for its Middle East operational and commercial business.
Ackland will be based at Eaton’s recently opened Middle East headquarters and manufacturing hub in Dubai and will report directly to Frank Campbell, the president of Eaton’s electrical sector in EMEA.
“I am delighted that Ackland has joined Eaton to lead our team towards becoming a premier power management company in the region. Ackland has a proven track record of delivering both market out-growth and operational excellence; he is also highly regarded for his extensive knowledge of our industry and the Middle East,” said Campbell.
Eaton has been operating in the Middle East for more than four decades, contributing to the development of the region’s infrastructure with power management solutions that include brands Westinghouse, Crouse-Hinds, CEAG, BILL, MEM, Cutler-Hammer, Powerware and Moeller, he said.
The company provides energy-efficient solutions that help customers effectively manage electrical, hydraulic and mechanical power, he added. - TradeArabia News Service
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