Celette-Elektron Announces New Management Shift - BodyShop Business

Celette-Elektron Announces New Management Shift

Celette Inc. and Elektron Inc. have announced a change in management in their U.S. headquarters. Timothy Morgan has been appointed general manager for both companies. He replaces Matthias Larisch, who left the organization.

Morgan most recently served as the Celette-Elektron director of sales and technical operations. He has more than 30 years of experience in the automotive industry, including more than 15 in collision equipment distribution, marketing and education.

"We will continue the improvements we’ve made over the last 18 months in customer service, distribution and training. We’re very excited about the opportunities in the U.S. and Canada for both our flagship brands," said Morgan.

Celette is the world’s leading producer of automobile frame repair benches and measuring devices. Elektron is a respected manufacturer of spot welders and other equipment for the auto body repair industry. Their equipment is specified by most European car manufacturers as well as a large number of Asian and American makes. Both Elektron and Celette are owned by The Equinox Group, a diverse industrial partnership based in Switzerland. U.S. headquarters are located in Lombard, Ill.

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