Hubbell Canada makes two leadership changes
January 11, 2021
By Manufacturing AUTOMATION
Hubbell Canada has announced two leadership changes.
Jason Bedford has been promoted to the role of director, digital marketing for Hubbell Canada, where he will drive initiatives that will further strengthen Hubbell Canada’s position online.
Bedford has spent his 17 years at Hubbell in customer service and the last 10 years as director of customer service and participating in enterprise digital transformation projects.
Steve Irvine has been promoted to the role of director, operations/supply chain/customer service for Hubbell Canada.
Irvine has been with Hubbell Canada for 22 years, most recently as director of operations and supply chain. He brings supply chain, manufacturing and warehouse knowledge and in his new role with added customer service responsibilities, he will drive efficiencies into the order fulfilment processes.
“These changes will further align our service organization to drive efficiency, communication and ease of doing business,” says Kevin Mallory, general manager of Hubbell Canada.
“Furthermore, this heightens our focus on our digital transformation that will improve our product launch and promotion process and consolidate our digital marketing tools and training capabilities.”
Hubbell Canada, a manufacturer of electrical equipment for industrial and commercial applications, is headquartered in Pickering, Ont.
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