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CROSSLEY TAKES CHARGE AT SICK

06-09-2018
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David Crossley is the new Managing Director at SICK Australia and New Zealand, replacing David Duncan who is set to become Senior Vice President, APAC.

Before joining SICK, Crossley spent five years with Thermo Fisher Scientific, latterly as Director of Environmental and Industrial Process Technologies for Australia and New Zealand. Before that he held management positions at ABB, Headland Machinery, Amcor and ABB, including a spell in the UK.

Commenting on his appointment, Crossley said: “I am honoured to be given the privilege of leading SICK as the Managing Director for Australia and New Zealand."

“It‘s a very exciting time for SICK globally as Industry 4.0 takes hold. The requirement for quality smart sensors to capture data will accelerate and the outstanding team at SICK across Australia and New Zealand are here to support our existing and new customers, to be competitive on the global stage,” he concluded.

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