Eaton appoints Siisi Adu-Gyamfi vice president, Marketing
CLEVELAND, OHIO…Eaton Corporation (NYSE:ETN) today announced the appointment of Siisi Adu-Gyamfi to the position of Vice President, Marketing, effective immediately. Adu-Gyamfi will work with Eaton's senior operating managers to leverage the full scope of Eaton's capabilities and products to deliver real value to customers.
"We are delighted to welcome Siisi to Eaton," said Alexander M. Cutler, Eaton chairman and chief executive officer. "He brings an international track record of expertise in strategic marketing and customer satisfaction, as well as operations management and business development. Siisi's background will be a real asset to Eaton in evaluating and capitalizing on all the global market opportunities available to a diversified industrial enterprise like ours."
Adu-Gyamfi joins Eaton from Cummins Engine Company where he has served as vice president, Marketing, with responsibility for sales and marketing for its worldwide power generation business. From 1993 to 1997, he worked for United Technologies, first as director of Planning and later as vice president, Strategic Planning & Development (Carrier division). From 1985 to 1993, he held a series of progressively responsible management and marketing positions at Digital Equipment Corporation.
Adu-Gyamfi holds a B.S. and M.S. in mechanical engineering and a B.S. in management from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.
He will be located at the company's headquarters in Cleveland and report to Randy W. Carson, senior vice president and group executive.
With 1999 sales of $8.4 billion, Eaton is a global diversified industrial manufacturer of highly engineered products that serve industrial, vehicle, construction, commercial, aerospace and semiconductor markets. Principal products include hydraulic products and fluid connectors, electrical power distribution and control equipment, truck drivetrain systems, engine components, ion implanters and a wide variety of controls. The company has 64,000 employees and 200 manufacturing sites in 24 countries.