maxon Group of Taunton, MA has hired John Uzzolino to head up the business development activities for the Parvalux product line in the United States.
As the Business Development Manager for Parvalux, Uzzolino will be responsible for managing and promoting the Parvalux products in the United States, initially focusing on the industrial and e-mobility markets.
“I’m excited to be on board and help bring a strong European brand to the U.S. market,” said Uzzolino. “Parvalux has positioned themselves well to be a high-quality product at a competitive price, while offering both standard and highly customized solutions globally. Combining this with the ability to now manufacture locally in Massachusetts, positions Parvalux well to build a strong brand here in the U.S.”
In December, maxon Group acquired the British geared motor manufacturer Parvalux Electric Motor, Ltd. The acquisition expands the maxon portfolio with DC drives in the power range of up to 1.5 kW, as well as an attractive expansion of maxon group’s already broad motor and motion control portfolio including AC Motors and Worm gearboxes.
The acquisition and the addition of Uzzolino to the team demonstrates maxon group’s continuing commitment to becoming a provider of complete systems. Ultimately, the acquisition opens interesting new markets requiring larger drives and motion systems such as patient handling within the medical technology sector (stair lifts, electric wheelchairs, etc.) and industrial applications (robotics and transport systems, conveyors).
Uzzolino comes to maxon with 20 years of experience in industrial motion control and mechatronics applications. He started his career as a Sales Engineer working with a high tech distribution company, focusing on solving motion control and mechatronic applications for machine builders in the Northeast U.S. Uzzolino then went to work for a local machine builder, helping them bring their automated test and measurement products to the North American market. Most recently, he worked for two European control manufacturers, helping them develop customers in the U.S. market.
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