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ABB Promotes Senior Vice President of Sales

ABB Promotes Senior Vice President of Sales

CARY, N.C. — ABB announced that it has named Dave Henrichs as Senior Vice President of Sales for the Commercial, Industrial & OEM (CIO) US-West Region, effective immediately. In this role, Henrichs will be responsible for the sales of products, systems, and services for the Electrification business. The CIO-West leadership team includes 5 US-West district teams (Midwest, Mountain, Northern CA, Southern CA & Northwest), as well as an OEM Business Development, Lifecycle Management, Regional Distribution Channel and Strategic Accounts teams. In addition to the direct ABB employees, Henrichs will oversee vendor agencies that support ABB in the western United States.

Henrichs succeeds Deni Miller who was recently named Senior Vice President, Installation Product Sales, Electrification U.S. after leading the Midwest district through the ABB/GE Industrial integration. His responsibility will be to continue the growth trajectory as customers experience the benefits of the new ABB electrification one line of power and control products.

“The West region has a tremendous balanced portfolio of commercial, industrial and OEM customers that I look forward to working with as they continue to adopt electrification technology,” said Henrichs. “With our fantastic employees, independent reps, and channel partners that have all stepped up to deliver for our customers through the pandemic and supply chain challenges the industry has faced, we are positioned to succeed both in the near and long-term.”

With more than 26 years of industry experience, Henrichs joined ABB two years ago as District Manager for the Chicago district. He has held various sales and operation leadership roles in the electrical distribution, control and automation industry with Schneider Electric, General Electric and Faro Technologies. Most recently Dave was the Midwest District Sales Manager for the CIO West region.

Henrichs has a BS from the University of Minnesota.

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