Kieran Coulton is new Chairman at ChargePoint

The specialist in contained and sterile powder transfer solutions has announced the appointment of Kieran Coulton as Chairman

Kieran Coulton, new Chairman

ChargePoint Technology, specialists in contained and sterile powder transfer solutions, has announced the appointment of Kieran Coulton as Chairman.

Coulton is an accomplished leader in automation and manufacturing with a track record of 36 years in the industry. Having previously served as President Global Industry for GE Power Conversion, Kieran brings with him a wealth of experience and an ability to achieve excellent levels of business growth.

During his 27 years at Rockwell Automation Kieran gained extensive skills across management, sales, and marketing on a global scale. Coulton's knowledge of diverse cultures, economics, pricing strategies and market access impacting US, EU and Asian markets put him in a great position to lead ChargePoint Technology into the next stage of growth.

"I am delighted to welcome Kieran to our fast-growing senior leadership team," said Chris Eccles, CEO, ChargePoint Technology. "He is an asset to our business and his global leadership experience will be instrumental in scaling our services while maintaining operational efficiency and fulfilling customer requirements."

Commenting on his appointment, Coulton added: "I am honoured to be joining ChargePoint Technology during such an important time for the industry. I am looking forward to working with my colleagues to drive the company's growth and new business strategies forward, while continuing to support the pharma industry to deliver critical medicines to patients all over the globe."

ChargePoint Technology provides operator safety and sterility assurance for the pharmaceutical, biotech, chemical and other process industries. Its unique offering is its split butterfly valve (SBV) and single-use transfer technology which is used in aseptic processing and during the manufacture of highly potent pharmaceutical products. It reduces the need for operator intervention and for cleaning and validating large areas, improving efficiencies during manufacturing.

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