Harvard Bolster Management Team
Thu 16 Jul 2015
Normanton-based Harvard Engineering has announced the appointment of Paul Hussey as the company’s new Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
Hussey joins Harvard from Strix Ltd, where he led the private equity backed company to become a global leader in the design, manufacture and sale of safety control systems for small domestic appliances and filtration systems.
Prior to working at Strix, Hussey held senior executive positions at a number of global brands including Danaher Corp, Honeywell and Allied Signal and has extensive experience of successfully growing quality, innovation led businesses across international markets.
Tony Clarkson, Harvard chairman, said:
“We are delighted to welcome Paul to Harvard. His broad experience and leadership skills will support the company with its continued growth strategy, centred around the development of energy saving LED solutions and smart wireless management systems for our global customer base. We are all looking forward to Paul joining the business and working with our experienced existing management team to take the next step in Harvard’s exciting evolution.'
Paul Hussey added:
“I am thrilled to be joining Harvard Engineering at this time. Considering the global market trends towards environmentally conscious and energy saving solutions, combined with Harvard’s market leading technology in the lighting space, this offers a unique growth opportunity that benefits the company and our customers, a true win-win scenario. I look forward to further developing our key customer relationships, expanding our presence in international markets and building on the growth trajectory strategy already in place.”
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