Restructuring Changes at AEMC® Instruments

CEW AEMC Instruments Personnel Changes

Jan 12, 2022

As part of a restructuring strategy with the ever-growing company, AEMC® Instruments announced the appointment of four people.

Corrado Crippa has been hired as the new Global Sales Director. He has 30 years’ experience in the domestic and international energy sector. With his strong communication skills, linguistic capabilities (five languages) and international experience he will be an asset in continuing to grow the company.

Kristy Ford has received the promotion to Marketing Director. With her demonstrated problem solving and marketing creativity, technical aptitude, new ideas and dedication, she along with her team will lead AEMC® in their Marketing efforts.

Timothy V. Cowgill has received the promotion to the new National Sales Manager. Tim will be responsible for managing the sales activity for both USA and Canada. Over the past 20+ years, Tim has successfully managed and dramatically increased sales growth in the Western region.

George Vlachos is transitioning to the new Technical Trainer position. George has over 20+ years’ experience in managing sales activity for the Eastern region. With his technical product knowledge and excellent communication skills he will develop and teach AEMC’s in-person seminars and remote webinars and conduct presentations at trade shows.

AEMC® congratulations these four individuals as they look forward to a successful future.


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