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Electrical People: New leadership at NSI and Anamet

Jan. 6, 2017
G.R. Schrotenboer is now CEO of NSi Industries and Sam McCammon is now president of Anamet Electrical

NSi Industries (Huntersville, NC): G.R. Schrotenboer is now CEO.  Prior to his new role with NSi, Schrotenboer was the president/CEO of Hartland Controls, an electrical component manufacturer/distributor supporting the HVAC industry. Schrotenboer also ran a number of electrical business units during his tenure with Actuant Corp., including his role as the divisional president of the Global Marine business. His other prior roles included customer-facing positions with Invensys Controls, GE and Ciba Geigy. 

Schrotenboer said in the press release announcing his hire, “I believe my more than two decades of electrical and industry-related experience have prepared me to help expand and broaden the reach of NSi. As a business leader, you don’t have many opportunities to help direct and take an already strong business to the next level, so this is a fantastic opportunity to lead NSi’s next evolutionary step as a business.”

Anamet Electrical, Inc. (Mattoon, IL):  Sam McCammon is now president, effective Jan. 1. He was previously the company’s executive V.P. for Anamet, overseeing engineering, production, purchasing, and human resources. He brings over 30 years of experience with manufacturing, engineering and operations to the role. McCammon earned his mechanical engineering degree from the University of Illinois and his MBA from Eastern Illinois University. Bill Cady, outgoing president, will serve on Anamet’s board of directors after his retirement.