Red Lion Controls names new president, Jack Lee

Oct. 27, 2016
Industry veteran follows Mike Granby’s 17 year tenure as president.

Red Lion Controls, global experts in communication, monitoring and control for industrial automation and networking, announced the appointment of Jack Lee as president of the company. Lee will be based at Red Lion’s headquarters in York, Pennsylvania. Lee succeeds Mike Granby, who served as president for 17 years.

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“Jack has broad experience in industrial markets, including business development in the rapidly-growing Industrial Internet of Things field,” said Jo Hallas, business group director at Spectris plc.

Lee served as senior vice president and managing director of the surface equipment and automation business group for Dover Corporation before joining Red Lion. Prior to this, he held various senior positions with Emerson, including leading the acquisition and integration of the Bristol measurement and control business. Earlier in his career, he held positions with Solvay and Pennzoil.

“I look forward to the opportunity to lead Red Lion forward as it helps customers gain business insight by improving communications and increasing productivity through its industry-leading solutions,” said Lee. “Red Lion has great talent, technology, partnerships and global reach, and we will continue to innovate and focus on providing strong customer service into the future.”

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