New Man Hoisted on Board for Gaia-Wind
John joined Gaia-Wind in March 2013. He has been Sales Director and VP of Sales for a number of market leading industrial brands, developing a track record of transformational roles, working with existing teams to deliver outstanding results and ultimately cash generation.
Gaia-Wind CEO Johnnie Andringa said, “We are delighted to have secured John as a director of Gaia-Wind.
“John’s contribution to the work of the Board will draw on his consistency, diligence and drive to solidify Gaia-Wind’s status as market leader within the global small wind turbine industry. He has played a significant role in navigating Gaia-Wind through a period of development and adjustment across the industry.”
John said, “I am delighted to be granted this opportunity to join the Board of Gaia-Wind. Having worked with the company for almost a year, I look forward to the challenges of helping to build on current success, domestically and as our export business continues to build, globally.
John’s position as a Director on the Gaia-Wind Board is effective from January 2014.
John Gallacher graduated from the University of Paisley in 1993 with a B. Eng. (hons) in Electrical & Electronic Engineering. Since then he has worked in a variety of sectors from Automotive to Infrastructure, and Consumer Electronics to Material Handling. These include:
· Sales Director – domestic, BDR Thermea;
· European Sales Director. Rolta; and
· Sales Director – Industrial, Rittal
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