Australian-owned ActronAir, a leader in the air-conditioning industry, has appointed Norman Windell as its new managing director.

Mr Windell has 18 years of board level CEO/MD experience with manufacturing organisations in Australia and a number of different Asia Pacific countries including New Zealand, Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia.

Most recently he held an executive position with Preformed Line Products, a multi-national manufacturing company operating in the energy and telecommunications industries.

At PLP Mr Windell was able to achieve significant business growth both intrinsically and through acquisitions.

Robert Mundy, executive director of ActronAir, said the new appointment comes during an exciting period of growth at ActronAir and is aimed at strengthening the implementation of its strategic plans.

Mr Windell will be based at ActronAir’s head office in the Sydney suburb of Bella Vista.

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