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October 2009: Paul French Joins CCL as EMEA Sales Manager

APAC NewsContemporary Controls Ltd (CCL), located in Coventry, UK, recently announced the addition of a sales manager for the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region. Paul French, who has managed distributor channels across Europe, will be tasked with taking a fresh look at Contemporary Controls' EMEA distribution channels.

"The Middle East has shown a significant interest in our building automation and industrial automation product lines," said George Thomas, president of Contemporary Controls. "Paul will help us introduce the newly released BAS Remote 3.0 with Sedona Framework™ and our CTRLink Ethernet connectivity products to the Middle East."

Paul French Joins CCLContemporary Controls Ltd and Contemporary Controls GmbH (CCG) based in Leipzig, Germany, share responsibility for the EMEA region. "We want to be more proactive within the EMEA market," said Mr. French. "My intention is to firmly establish Contemporary Controls as a market leader in automation controls for the region."

Mr. French previously worked for Microsoft Gold partners, delivering tailored Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions to manufacturers within vertical industries. "I see a lot of similarities between the industries," said Mr. French, "especially the size and the number of players within one marketplace. In the automation controls market, Contemporary Controls stands out because we deliver solutions that are based on more than 30 years of experience in electronics design, development and manufacturing."

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