Power Systems International Announces Appointment of Additional Directors
The Board of Directors of Power Systems International Limited announced today both the promotion of Jon Hill from General Manager to the position of Managing Director and the appointment of additional directors joining the company to further strengthen the management team.
Jon Hill BA (Hons) joined the company over 18 years ago after graduating with a first class degree in European Business Studies. He worked through all departments of the business and in recognition of his contribution to the company’s success, was promoted to Managing Director on 27 September 2012.
The Financial Advisor and company Accountant Ash Sharif FCA, with 20 years’ service to the company has been appointed as a Director. In addition, Paul Berry BA (Hons) has been appointed as Operations Director and brings to the company many years of international business experience which will enhance the corporate structure and the strategic direction of the company.
These changes have enabled company founder Bernard Wallace to take up the appointment of Executive Chairman. After 27 years as Managing Director, Bernard has stated: "It was high time to hand the demanding position of Managing Director over to someone with younger legs. Jon Hill knows the business and he is well known to our suppliers, customers and business partners too."
"Power Systems International’s strengthened management team and internal changes will enable us to further improve the service levels to our existing and future customers. The changes will also reinforce our commitment to continuing to support the hundreds of industrial power conversion systems we have delivered to customers in many countries across the world over the past 27 years."
Power Systems International Limited is one of Europe’s leading independent suppliers of custom engineered power systems used for critical duty applications in oil and gas, petrochemical engineering, aluminium refining and process industries, reactor safety systems for nuclear power stations, emergency evacuation lifts, aerospace and aircraft ground power, rail transportation auxiliary power, shore to ship power conversion, off-shore platforms and drilling ship helipads, power for magnets in plasma physics laboratories and specialised power systems for defence and security establishments.