FCI Electronics appoints Alessandro Perrotta CEO
January 28, 2013 - FCI Electronics appointed Alessandro Perrotta Chief Executive Officer based out of Singapore, effective on February 13, 2013.
Alessandro holds master degrees in electrical engineering and business administration.
He previously served as Corporate Vice President and Group General Manager of the Mobile Consumer Product Division with Amphenol Corporation.
More recently, Alessandro was Executive Vice President Wafers, Cells & Modules at Renewable Energy Corporation based in Singapore.
"I am very pleased to welcome Alex to FCI. His deep knowledge of the electronic connector industry as well as his extensive experience in Asia will be important to accelerate the successful growth FCI has experienced as well as continue delivering innovation, service and value to our customers", says Walid Sarkis, Managing Director of Bain Capital.
About FCI Electronics
With 6,500 employees globally and sales of 555M USD in 2012, FCI Electronics is a leading global manufacturer of interconnects and cable assemblies that combines a broad product offering with field engineering resources to meet specific customer needs. FCI Electronics delivers proven connections and innovative solutions for various markets such as datacom, telecom, consumer, industrial, instrumentation, medical and renewable energy. FCI Electronics’ full portfolio comprises proven legacy products and innovative new designs including backplane connectors, board and wire systems, active optical cables, transceivers, fiber optic adaptors, high-speed connectors, I/O connectors, mezzanine connectors, PCB terminal blocks, flex connectors, power solutions, storage interfaces and custom cable assemblies.
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