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The Ledvance Supervisory Board has appointed Lawrence Lin as the company's CEO.

The Ledvance Supervisory Board has appointed Lawrence Lin as the company's CEO.

Lin was most recently Chairman of the Supervisory Board; he resigned from this position to become CEO of the company.

Lin also served as Managing Director of the leading Chinese LED lighting company MLS, the sole owner of Ledvance. Lin will continue the transition from Ledvance to one of the world's leading providers of LED-based general lighting.

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Textron Systems appointed Lisa Atherton as its president and CEO. She succeeds Ellen Lord,who has been summoned  to the American Ministry of Defence.

Textron Systems appointed Lisa Atherton as its president and CEO. She succeeds Ellen Lord,who has been summoned  to the American Ministry of Defence.

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Sonepar has appointed a new chief executive officer. It is Philippe Delpech, who takes up his new position on 4th September 2017. Delpech comes from the world's largest elevator manufacturer Otis were he has been president and a member of the executive committee at UTC.

You can read more about this in our newsletter "electrical-business-news".

Sonepar has appointed a new chief executive officer. It is Philippe Delpech, who takes up his new position on 4th September 2017. Delpech comes from the world's largest elevator manufacturer Otis were he has been president and a member of the executive committee at UTC.

You can read more about this in our newsletter "electrical-business-news".

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Joe Hogan (58), the former boss of the Swiss ABB Group, becomes CEO at Align Technology dental group, which has its headquarters in San Jose/California.

Joe Hogan (58), the former boss of the Swiss ABB Group, becomes CEO at Align Technology dental group, which has its headquarters in San Jose/California.

Align Technology’s 3,500 employees manufacture transparent orthodontic braces and made a turnover of about USD 750 m (EUR 706 m) in 2014.

Hogan will take up his post in June and can look forward to a million-dollar salary: In addition to USD 1.4 m (EUR 1.5m) in welcome money he receives up to USD 8 m (EUR 7.5 m) for the first seven months in the form of shares and cash payments.

Hogan had resigned as ABB’s boss for “personal reasons” in 2013, but continued to work for the group as an advisor until spring 2014.
 

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