Industrial communications and networking firm Moxa has announced the appointment of Chad Chesney as president of Moxa Americas.
Chesney succeeds Frank Hou, who is taking on a new role at Moxa’s headquarters, focusing on global channel management and strategies for the company and its global partners.
“We are really excited and fortunate to have Chad on our team. His diverse skills and experiences in leading, transforming, and scaling operations will be key to Moxa’s growth and our customers’ continued success and experience,” said Michael Lin, president of the Regional Business Unit at Moxa, in a company statement. “I also would like to express gratitude, on behalf of the management team and the Board of Directors, to Frank for his contribution and successful leadership of Moxa Americas for the past five years, and champion his commitment to his new role of advancing Moxa’s global channel business.”
“Moxa is at the forefront of industrial communications and networking and delivers secure and reliable connectivity in our customer’s most rugged and critical environments,” said Chesney. “I’m proud to join Moxa’s diverse and talented team to create the connections for our customers that enable the Industrial Internet of Things.”
Before joining Moxa, Chesney served as senior vice president and general manager of the Transportation Business Unit at NI.
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