Qualitrol Appoints Andrew McCauley as President

Qualitrol is pleased to announce that Andrew McCauley has been appointed president. Andrew is a seasoned leader known for both his strategic and commercial accomplishments. With over 20 years of experience in leadership across multiple industries, and with Qualitrol’s parent company, Andrew has a proven track record of being a trusted leader with a commitment to the customer experience, which will be an asset as Qualitrol continues to accelerate growth.

Prior to accepting the role of President of Qualitrol, Andrew held senior roles at Pacific Scientific and Kollmorgen, in addition to his most recent position as the President of Specialty Products Technologies Company in Elizabethtown, North Carolina.

During his tenure at Specialty Products, Andrew led the company’s transformation and has demonstrated a record of developing strong teams and delivering results through commercial and operational excellence. Andrew is driven by customer success and states that “We will continue to invest in our innovation engine and deliver customers highly differentiated products and services that have been the foundation of Qualitrol over the years. Qualitrol is the market leader, and others will try to copy our technology, so we need to be out in front leading the way in the condition monitoring industry.”

Andrew has a BS in Electrical Engineering from Virginia Tech and an MBA from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

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Established in 1945, Qualitrol provides condition-based monitoring solutions across the globe for high-value electrical assets. We are the largest and most trusted global leader for partial discharge monitoring, asset protection equipment and power grid applications across generation, transmission and distribution systems. At Qualitrol we are defining condition-based monitoring.

Source: Qualitrol Company LLC


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