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    TE Connectivity Energy Division Canada Announces Organizational Changes

  • Nov 22, 2017

    TE CONNECTIVITY Energy Division Canada Country Manager, Keith Gallacher, announces the following organizational changes:

    Sunil Kumar has been promoted to the role of Industrial Sales Manager - Canada. In this newly created role, Sunil will focus on key customers, contractors, distributors and industrial sales agents in Canada. Rick Lavigne will continue to have responsibilities for the Utility market in Atlantic Canada and Industrial markets in both Atlantic Canada and Quebec, and Angela Pasquini will assume a new role as inside sales for the industrial market in Canada.

    Tom Murphy will assume the role of Area Sales Manager, Ontario for the Utility market for TE Energy brands. Tom is a journeyman lineman and previously spent 10 years as a Field Service Technician with TE Connectivity - Energy Division, Canada. Tom will focus on key utility customers, contractors, and distributors in Ontario.

    Ed Cachia, Area Sales Manager, Ontario for the Utility market has announced his retirement effective April 2018. After a distinguished 32-year career at TE Connectivity - Energy Division, Ed has decided it's time to spend more time with his family and golf game.

    Brandon Skipper joins the Canadian TE Connectivity - Energy Division as Field Application Engineer. As a member of the Field Service Team, Brandon will work closely with the ASMs, conducting Medium Voltage and High Voltage demos / trainings / certifications for Utility and Industrial customers. He will also grow TE Connectivity's High Voltage Cable Accessories business. Brandon previously worked at Sigma Power Services as a Medium Voltage & High Voltage Cable Systems Specialist.

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  • Keeping Current

    Zane Yakiwchuk      Greg Chapman

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    Northwinds' sales force leverages over 100 years of combined experience in the province of Ontario and is committed to providing dependable solutions to an always-changing electrical industry. They are dedicated to fulfilling all the supply needs of the electrical distributor and contractor partners with the industry's finest manufacturers.

    Northwinds can be reached at 1-888-364-9121 or visit http://northwinds.ca.

    www.viscor.com

    MERSEN announced the appointment of Ali Julazadeh as Regional Sales Manager for Canada’s Central Region, effective October 23, 2017. Ali joined Mersen in March 2014 in the position of Solutions Engineer, PV Products. Ali recently earned his P.Eng. designation, holds a Bachelors and a Masters of Applied Science in Electrical Engineering from Ryerson University in Toronto and is in the process of completing his MBA.

    Ali is based in Mersen’s Mississauga office and can be reached at 416.252.9371.

    www.mersen.com

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