Power management company Eaton today announced Marco Martini has been named president, Vehicle Group, Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA). Martini will be responsible for leading all business growth and operational activities in the EMEA region. He will continue to be located in Torino, Italy.
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Marco Martini named president, Eaton’s Vehicle Group, EMEA. (Photo: Business Wire)
“Marco’s diverse background and broad leadership experience make him an excellent fit to lead the Vehicle Group in EMEA,” said João Faria, president, Eaton’s Vehicle Group. “We believe Marco’s strong financial and operational proficiency will help our business thrive in the region.”
Martini joined Eaton as a manufacturing controller and was promoted to director, Finance, Vehicle Group, EMEA. Most recently, he served as director, Operations, Vehicle Group, EMEA. Prior to joining Eaton, he worked in the appliance industry for 15 years in various finance roles in Italy, the United Kingdom, Mexico and Russia.
Martini holds a degree in business and administration from the Marche Polytechnics University in Ancona, Italy.
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